Month: March 2021

Lent 2021 Day 38 – Eat and Drink and Live

Two more days of my Lenten observance and then we have Holy Thursday and the Passover feast celebrated by Jesus as the Last Supper and the first institution of the Eucharist and the completion of Jesus’ statement in John 6:14, 53-58  “48I am the bread of life…”53bTruly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat…

Lent 2021 Day 37 – What Does the Evidence Say

Today is Palm Sunday. The sermon this morning explained something that most people miss about the Passion of Jesus that is about to unfold, relating to a symbolic part of the Seder meal every descendent of Abraham follows that speaks to the very nature of God within the remembrance of the deliverance God gave the…

Lent 2021 Day 32 – Are You Making Memories With God?

I have been reading some of my earlier Lenten posts and one from March 30, 2007 caught my eye. The title is Making Memories With God. The post is about how memories make people important in our lives. There are numerous things that build memories and make people significant. It is probably why guys bond…

Lent 2021 Day 31 – A Unique Lent

This year’s Lenten observance is approaching its conclusion. I can say without reservation, this has been a Lent like no other. There are many reasons. You can cite the so-called pandemic, the world-wide lockdowns due to COVID that generated widespread fear, the governmental over-reach that in the U.S. violated both states’ constitutions as well as…