Women of the ELCA
Grace Lutheran Church
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the fullness of life in Christ
for all people.
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"A Tempting Thought" (3-9-14)
The Church Year Season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, March 5, a day when Christians around the world gather in worship to have the sign of the cross marked upon their foreheads with palm ash. The ash cross we wear on Ash Wednesday is our way of saying that we are sorry for our sins and that we know we are in need of God's forgiveness.
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Although Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent solemnly, it is also hopeful, because the cross of Christ reminds us that God loves and for- gives us. Each day during our Lenten journey is an opportunity for a fresh start. That is why I encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities provided through Sunday and midweek worship for prayer and contemplation. It is also a time to practice works of love toward others.
All of us have the opportunity to contemplate, pray, reflect, give thanks, and serve our God and one another throughout this season of Lent. As we worship, as we work, as we play, as we learn let us give thanks to God for loving us so much that he has given us his Son so that, by our just believing in him, we may live eternally in God's love
Blessings and Peace in Christ's Name,
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