Lenten Chaos: Duane W.H. Arnold, PhD

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9 Responses

  1. Michael says:

    This is a re print from 2020…that holds up well today .

  2. bob1 says:

    Powerful! And hopeful! Our hope is in God and not ourselves. Thanks, Duane.

  3. Xenia says:

    This is as good a time as any to say my yearly farewell as we begin our lenten journey next Monday over here. As usual, I’ll read but I’ll will *try* not to comment unless it’s an emergency that only I can rectify. (J/K).

    Anyway, God bless everyone here and I’ll resume my jabbering and blathering after Pascha.

  4. Michael says:

    We’ll look forward to your return!

  5. Duane Arnold says:

    Xenia

    A Blessed Great Lent…

  6. pstrmike says:

    Xenia,
    I’m wondering if the East allows for free days on Sunday as the West does?

    Most evangelicals don’t understand Lent. I didn’t until I decide to observe it for the first time.

    It’s my sixth year observing Lent. This practice is important in my growth, although this year snuck up on me. The fasting simply gives me greater awareness of God, even when I accidentally break my fast through neglect. I become more aware of my life practices and ask how much of my life is taken captive unto the obedience of Christ? The physical leads to the spiritual….

  7. Muff Potter says:

    Putin has now targeted civilians with cruise missile attacks.
    And still no outrage from big name U.S. fundagelicals.
    I am gobsmacked that all they (the right wing oriented) care about is ‘prophecy’.
    It would appear also that they (fundagelicals) prize their hero’s (Trump) friendship with Putin over all other considerations.

  8. bob1 says:

    Muff, they’re also strongman power “hoars,” IMHO

  9. JD says:

    Some in America observe Lent by going to Mc Donalds for the Filet o Fish sale.

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