Day 104- The Mile I left the tomb

Today, leave the tomb

God is in my Typewriter

“And behold, Jesus met them on their way and greeted them. They approached, embraced his feet, and did him homage.” Matthew 28:9

Two minutes before, the women were still at the tomb, afraid. The lover of their soul was not there, and they experienced a mix of fear and joy like never before. A healthy and reverent fear of God mixed with the joy of Easter, knowing that everything was about to change.

Easter was not spent at a temple or a church, it was spent at a tomb

Empty, cold and lifeless. And the first Easter included only two women, unknown to the world, and without titles or fame. Yet the Lord chose them as His resurrection disciples, why? To show the world that He chooses the weak things of this world to shame the wise. That forever and in eternity these women will  be known, loved, and adored…

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Day 70- The Performance Mile

"All their works are performed to be seen." Matthew 23:5 Discernment is a difficult but necessary process. The obedience to consciousness, listening, and seeking sometimes leaves us in a state of confusion. We are swayed one way and then another, asking did I hear God right? I recently experienced this during my Lenten journey and …

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