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Lenten Devotions: Day Fourteen

Tuesday, March 22

Leaves Is Jesus who he says he is? We ask that at times, in one form or another, audibly or silently. Are you the One? The Messiah? The Savior? Can you help me? Will you be with me? Will you heal?

We invite you to focus your mind on the reality of who Jesus is, the many “will you’s” and “are you’s.” Think of names that speak of him and his character and work. Redeemer. Deliverer. Comforter. Brother. Emmanuel. Think of names that tell of his greatness. Christ. Lord. Holy One. Alpha and Omega.

Is there a name that impacts you personally? Thank him and praise him for who he is. Is there a question you have for him? Ask.

Zach Schmidt is the Central Midwest field organizer at Bread for the World.

 

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Comments

My favorite name for Jesus is "friend."

What more is a true friend than someone who promises to be with you always. That's what Jesus promises after the Great Commission: "I will be with you always." Thank you, Sweet Jesus.

Thank you, Anetia, for your comments and for sharing your favorite name for Jesus!

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