Randy's Reflections
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March 16, 2016, 4:00 PM

Daily Word for Lenten Season - March 16


“Body”

Our body is amazing. Just think of all the intricate parts that function so harmoniously, most of the time. It is this body which God wishes to inspire here and now. It was his body which took the brutal punishment so in the next life we can have a new body. Yet our body is not not just something for the future, but also to be used in the present to bring glory to God.

Prayer: Lord, how could anybody question whether you are the author of our body. There is nobody who is not somebody in your sight. In fact everybody is a gift from you. Thank you for the new body we will someday receive. Amen.




March 15, 2016, 12:00 AM

Daily Word for Lenten Season - March 15


“Money”

It seems like a strange word to consider during Lent, but Jesus has a lot to say about this subject. It permeates our life. We can’t live without it, but neither can we become obsessed by it. In someways it is like breathing. We need to receive it, but we also need to let it go. It allows us to live, but it is also is something we need to share with others. How do you use it well? How can it be part of your discipleship as a believer?

Prayer: Lord, thank you for allowing us to be stewards of money. Help us to use it wisely, but to never be controlled by it. You are a generous God, help us to be a generous people. Amen.




March 14, 2016, 10:00 PM

Daily Word for Lenten Season - March 14


“Serve”

This is usually used as a verb to meet someone’s need. Yet it doesn’t always have to be done in one direction. There can mutual service. Usually that is how we operate. We offer someone service for a fee or as an exchange. Yet when Christ served us it was without demand, but with an opportunity to receive his service. How do we serve others? Do we require an exchange or do we offer something without expectation of ever receiving anything back?

Prayer: Lord, thank you for serving us. Help us learn to serve without expectation of being served as well. Amen.


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