Journeying Through Lent with Matthew: Daily Meditations

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Augsburg Books - Religion - 128 pages
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In this Lenten devotional, each reflection focuses on a key point in Matthew and includes a prayer and inspirational verse, as well as questions for individual reflection or small-group discussion. This is the third and final book in our Lectionary-based Lenten meditations.
 

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Contents

WEEK ONE
7
God Is with Us
9
Out of the Ordinary
11
The Face of Humanity
14
Let it Be
16
A Devil of a Time
19
Whatever it Takes
21
WEEK TWO
25
Stop
68
What Rules?
70
An Honest Look
72
Daring to Let Go
74
WEEK FIVE
77
The Greatest
79
When Forgiveness Doesnt Come
82
One Shoe Doesnt Fit All
84

The Whole Truth
27
The Game Played to Perfection
30
Praying the Bible
32
The Tail that Wags the Dog
35
The White Bear
37
Follow the Drinking Gourd
40
WEEK THREE
43
In Remission
45
Letting Go to Follow Jesus
48
Pray for Laborers
50
Finding the Way
52
Blind Sighted
55
True Love
57
WEEK FOUR
61
I Dont Understand
63
A Story for Today
66
The Treasures God Gives
86
Its Your Call
89
Counter Culture
91
WEEK SIX
95
Love Does not Insist
97
Past and Present
100
The Heart of Our Home
102
A Compass a Map and a Paddle
104
The Lonesome Valley
107
Judas Redeemed
109
WEEK SEVEN
113
A Quiet Strength
115
A Sign We Need
117
God with Us
120
Works Cited
123
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Andrew D. Rogness is senior pastor a Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Roseville, Minnesota and is also the author of, Crossing Boundary Waters.

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