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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 40

Day 40, Saturday, April 7, 2012

 Today is the 40th and last Day of Lent and I’m so happy for this journey into the wilderness with Jesus that we have been through. 526 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 39

Day 39, Friday, April 6, 2012

 Finally the day and hour has arrived for the Son of Man to be lifted up on high, to be handed over to the Jews, and to be crucified on the cross. 583 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 38

Day 38, Thursday, April 4, 2012

 Jesus was in Jerusalem in His last days during the festival of Passover for which Jews had gathered from around the world. 603 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 37

Day 37, Wednesday, April 4, 2012

During the Passion Week, one incident that prominently stands out among others is Mary anointing Jesus’ feet at Bethany (please read John 12:1-11). 408 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 36

Day 36, Tuesday, April 3, 2012

 According to Mark 11:27, on the second day of the Passion Week, Jesus and His disciples “arrived in Jerusalem again.” Remember, Jesus had withdrawn from all the commotion in the city and went down to Bethany. 434 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 35

Day 35, Monday, April 2, 2012

 We’re in the last week of Lent and we should be excited about celebrating soon Easter—Jesus’ victory over sin and death. 393 more words

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Lenten Reflections 2012: Retreating into the wilderness with Jesus, Day 34

Day 34, Saturday, March 31, 2012

 After His wilderness experience Jesus returned to Galilee, his home. He did so glowing from being in the presence of God, and full of the anointing and power of the Holy Spirit. 677 more words

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