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Lenten Weekend Wisdom: Confession

Lent is about more than giving up chocolate, coffee, or chocolate coffee. But we humans make Lent more about sacrificing material things. Giving up something for Lent is always hard because I was not raise to give something up. In our church our focus was on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter.

The only sacrifice I remember was giving up some time on Good Friday to go to church and pray in 30 minute slots from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Sacrifice your words as you confess during Lent.

No sacrifice is more pleasing to your Lord than the sacrifice of words in the form of humble, honest, heartfelt confession.

Paul David Tripp – Journey To The Cross; A 40-Day Lenten Devotional (Day16)

Bio: Michele Kearns is the founder and HUG© (Hope Unites Globally) Award-Winner of JoyReturns. She shares her widowhood adventures hoping to inspire widows to move through grief and rebuild their lives. A graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelor’s degree in communications, she’s currently a virtual logistics contact center representative. She’s also managed call center teams, co-facilitated a grief support group, and helped small businesses with various writing assignments. Michele is a bookworm, and a lover of music, chocolate, red roses, and golden retrievers. She is also the amateur photographer behind the blog OgleOhio.com.

Sacrifice To Become

Authors Notes:  I will be publishing material seven days a week starting today.

Monday – Friday will be articles and Saturday and Sunday will be uplifting, spiritual or motivational quotes or poems for you to ponder. Enjoy! 

 

“The important thing is this:  to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become.”

Charles Du Bos

Charles Du Bos (or Charles du Bos) was a French critic who was born 27 October 1882, Paris, France and who died 5 August 1939, La Celle-Saint-Cloud. He was considered a notable essayist. (Information courtesy of Wikipedia)

Quote from “The Book of Positive Quotations – 2nd Edition”  Compiled and Arranged by John Cook – Edited by Steve Deger and Leslie Ann Gibson.