An Interesting Lent

6 thoughts on “An Interesting Lent”

  1. Hi Andie
    i share your limitations with a similar lesson. I decided to give up meat and found that at every opportunity for hospitality or ministry – there was meat! With the choice of saying no – or saying thank you; I decided to go with the latter. As Jesus says – it isn’t what goes into your body that matters – it’s what goes into your spirit.
    Maybe you really do learn the most from your failures:)
    blessings

  2. I think you have “hit the nail on the head” for many of us. He does want us to give Him our deepest needs – which is always the hardest to do. But His grace is sufficient and His love is patient and He will continue to gently remind us that He loves us too much to leave us the way we are.

  3. I love your honesty and your humility. God wouldn’t mind you having that chocolate, because you have discovered the real meaning of Lent, and you’re willing to lay down your life and follow Him.

  4. Andie, as usual you have really spoken to me. This Lent I opened myself to God’s healing and truly allowed God to love me and heal me. I gave up my pain and I cannot believe the freedom I have been given in return. Thanks be to God.

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