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Lenten Devotions: Day Twelve

Sunday, March 20

  Pink abstract On Sundays, our Sabbath day of rest, we invite you to find refreshment through quiet reflection and prayerful breathing. Each week, we will offer a simple exercise to help facilitate this process, and we invite you to try these or your own.

Find a quiet place where you can pause to consider your inner life. Try to quiet your soul. It may be helpful to take several deep cleansing breaths to help quiet your soul. Then, try to become aware of your feelings, both positive and negative. What are you feeling? Whatever your feelings, offer them to God with open, upward palms: “Here, You have them.”

 Photo by Margie Nea


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