Traditionally, I spend the week from Palm Sunday to Easter contemplating Jesus’ last days on earth. My emotions waver as I consider His triumphal entry through His crucifixion and culminating in His resurrection. Today, I wonder if I have allowed these truths to penetrate every area of my life—specifically the area of eating. To read more click here.

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Comment by Barb Winters on April 21, 2011 at 9:43am
Reanaclaire - I agree that we can get so caught up in our own little world that we forget to look at Him and focus on who He is and what He's done. May we both stop for at least a few moments in the next couple of days and remember and ask Him how to apply Scripture to our lives today.
Comment by Reanaclaire on April 20, 2011 at 7:55pm
Today is Maundy Thursday... tomorrow is Good Friday, it makes me guilty too in a way when I am not focusing on Him... so occupied with my own stuff... and when crisis arises, He is the first one I turn to...



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