• LENT 2018 | DAY XXIV

    READ Luke 24:1-12 In the earliest hours of the morning, the friends made their way to the tomb. Clutching the spices that would preserve the body of their Friend (and ward off the stench of death), they moved persistently towards the burial-place. I imagine their feet stepped with heaviness, and their hearts were fit to

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  • LENT 2018 | DAY XX

    READ Luke 23:1-23 We live in a time in which political rulers hold great power. Often, that power is used for selfish gain and personal benefit. What we see in today’s passage is no exception. Jesus is put on trial before Pilate and false accusations are hurled around the ancient courtroom. Just like in our

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  • LENT 2018 | DAY XVIII

    READ Luke 22:39-44 The doctrine of the Incarnation encapsulates the glorious truth that Jesus is wholly God and wholly man. This is both a divine mystery and the Church’s salvation. Throughout the life of Jesus we are often reminded of his divinity – He heals the blind, cures the ill, and raises Lazarus from the

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  • LENT 2018 | DAY XVII

    READ Luke 22:17-30 The table has been set and the meal has been passed. The Passover – the day reserved to remember when death passed by the people of God – has been faithfully observed. But, what’s more, Jesus has just told His disciples that the Supper is about more than looking back; it’s about

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