Bible Gateway Lent Devotionals Are Here

09 Feb

The Holy Bible

From my email:

Lent is coming! The season of Lent–the approximately six weeks leading up to Easter Sunday–begins on Wednesday, February 13. And that means….

Bible Gateway Lent Devotionals Are Here

Christians around the world observe Lent in a wide variety of ways. Some commit to daily Scripture meditation, devotional reading, or regular prayer. One common practice during Lent is to “give up” something you take for granted as an act of self-denial–and as a way to center our priorities around Jesus Christ and nothing else.

However you choose to observe Lent this year, we’ve got several email devotionals designed to help you stay focused on Jesus during the long journey to Easter:

  • Lent Devotions: An eclectic mix of Scripture readings, prayers, and reflections to help you ground your thoughts on Jesus Christ during the Easter season.
  • The Story of Jesus: Read through the entire life of Jesus Christ, beginning with his birth and culminating in his death and glorious resurrection.
  • Readings for Lent and Easter from The Voice: Daily Bible readings to help root you in Scripture throughout Lent, drawn from The Voice Bible translation.

Sign for up for these devotionals on our Newsletters page. All three begin on Wednesday, February 13.

Each of these devotionals takes a slightly different reflective approach to the Lent experience. Individually or collectively, they’ll give you something to think, pray, and reflect on as Easter approaches!

However you observe this season, we wish you a blessed, reflective Lent. It may seem far away now, but the joyous hope of Easter is coming!

The Bible Gateway Team

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Posted by on February 9, 2013 in Bible Study, Get Involved!, Lent


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