In the parable of the sower, Christ gives us an illustration of what happens if our seeds of faith are not planted in the fertile soil where our roots can run deep.
This lent, let us be assured of God’s presence as await, allow, accept and attend to God’s deep healing.
Even when things seem incredibly miserable, God is the great physician.
During this Lenten season, may we feel God’s call to deep healing, journeying through the deep wilderness to the joy and love that follow.
As believers, God is calling for a deep belief , so deep, the human mind can not comprehend it.
As you reflect on wisdom in the coming week, I invite you to challenge your assumptions of what wisdom looks like.
Sometimes deep wisdom can be found by getting to know our neighbors, as well as people from communities around the world.
My prayer for you today is, “that you may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.”
To truly care for others, I must be willing to suffer with them. That is not an easy life, but it is the life that Jesus calls us to.
We all are facing our own unknown paths in our own contexts. How are you preparing for your encounters ahead? What might you commit deeply to or recommit to this Lenten season?