Celebration Sunday


In case you weren’t aware, the six Sundays are not counted among the forty days of Lent because each Sunday represents a “mini-Easter” – a celebration of Jesus’ victory over sin and death.

With this in mind, lets pause to consider:

“How have I been moved by God to respond in celebration this week?”porch

– Have I been fully centred on Christ and what He is teaching me?

– Have I made myself available to listen to and be empowered by the Spirit?

– How can I focus on His mission this week in light of what I have heard God saying
through these devotionals?”

Let us also consider during this time of celebration that we are actively participating in this journey together, in community, with thousands of others. Lets encourage one another, and inspire each other with thoughts and ideas as we celebrate together what the Lord has graciously done for us.

Did you know that you can share a verse of scripture or words of encouragement for others online even if you are tracking with us through the downloaded PDF version or working through the printed booklet? Just go to 40days-faithandhope.com/category/lent-posts-2015 and leave a comment there or post your thoughts on twitter, facebook, or instagram and use the hashtag #40daysfaithhope.

If you’ve received the devotionals directly to your inbox, simply, take a moment to click on the title of the devotional in your email to open up the online page post where you can select the comment bubble and leave your message.

If you would like to comment on any of the devotionals already posted this week, feel free to click on the appropriate image linked below which will take you to that devotional post online:


2 comments on “Celebration Sunday

  1. It is difficult for me to “pick” which reading impacted me this past week. Each one was well written and more importantly communicated God’s heart to us. I am striving to “Be Still” and “Be Courageous”, both are areas that I know I need to be intentional about.

    • I agree, Lori. It was hard for me to pick one. “Never Alone” probably impacted me the most. It’s encouraged me this past weekend.

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