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Lent 2017 Readings
(Written by Rev Don Fraser - 1997)

March 26 through April 1

Sunday
God loves to restore and heal broken people. Whether they are broken by sin or disease. God heals our hearts and our bodies.
Read Numbers 21: 4-9 and Psalm 103: 1-5

Monday
God's global family experiences His goodness today. He continues to forgive sin and heal the broken and contrite.
Read Psalm 107:1-3,17-22 and Matthew 8:5-13

Tuesday
Even the greatest people have spiritual and physical needs. All of us are helpless without the daily presence of God.
Read 2 Kings 5:1-14 and John 5:1-9

Wednesday
Sickness is not necessarily the result of sin. Regardless of our need for healing or forgiveness, Jesus has borne both our infirmities and our sins.
Read John 9:1-12 and Isaiah 53:4-6

Thursday
What we perceive to be our “needs”are not always what our REAL needs are. Jesus looks beyond the outward sickness to the heart.
Read Mark 2:1-12 and 1 John 2:1-2

Friday
In the past you were “dead” in your sins but now you have been made alive and new in Christ. Live like you are a new person!
Read Ephesians 2:1-10 and 2 Corinthians 5:17-21

Saturday
If you sometimes feel like your sins condemn you, remember that in Jesus your sins are covered and you are alive in Him.
Read John 3:14-21 and 1 John 4:7-16
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