This Lent Devotional for Women may be a hard one. We’re considering taking up crosses that aren’t ours to carry, being a momma bear for our family, and knowing sometimes the Christian thing to do is walk away from harmful and hurtful relationships, not in anger, haste or spite but in self-preservation.
Lent Devotional for Women whose Lent gets all “Lenty” and knocks us down we can respond like Judas or Paul. We can get up looking for revenge or asking God, “What do You want me to do?” And have you ever heard of praying for Holy Forgetfulness? You’ll want to read about this powerful prayer.
Today let’s talk about the importance, the necessity, of finding our pocket of prayer for our Lent Devotional for Women. We’ll do this by focusing on the prayers of Jesus, specifically the prayers in the Garden and from the Cross. We’ll also briefly touch on repetition and resignation.
How’s your prayer life? Is that a touchy subject? You know I’m all about the littlest way for our Lent Devotional for Women so let’s talk pockets of time. But rather than jumping straight into spending time with God in prayer, we’re going to talk about spending time in conversation first.
In today’s Lent Devotional for Women, we’re considering “Humility.” I know, what a way to start the day right? But you really need to read this post. This new way of thinking of humility as a making room for God was a totally new concept for me. I always just considered humility as an emptying.
In today’s Lent Devotional for Women we look at all the things we think we are supposed to say ‘Yes’ to when in reality, we may need to be saying a big ‘No.’ If you’re hustling to build up the Kingdom but tearing down your home, you’re saying ‘Yes’ to the wrong people, places, and things.