Face to Face

Monday – The Prophets
Jeremiah 1—3

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Photo Courtesy – http://skiinstruction.blogspot.com

Of all the feats that skiers do in the Olympics, no one has ever attempted to ski backwards. Yet this catches the essence of the Biblical concept of meshubah “backsliding.” Of the twelve times that the noun is used in the Bible, nine of them are found in Jeremiah.

When we turn our eyes away from the Lord, it is impossible not to fall—literally sliding down on one’s back, feet sprawled in mid-air. To repent means to turn back again, with eyes and life totally focused upon God.

The Lord will pound away at your heart through Jeremiah these Mondays of Lent, until you stop, pick yourself up, and turn back again, face to face with the Lord, the spouse of your soul. Listen with the same energy as Jeremiah speaking.

The Reading for Today
Text     Audio

Bible Breaths
What are these?
I’m known ere formed in the womb 1:5
You with me to deliver 1:8
You put Your words in my mouth 1:9
O Lord, You are merciful. 3:12

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This is the First Week in Lent, Year A.
See “Solar and Sacred Seasons” in the menu above.
Mondays are dedicated to the Prophets; during Lent we read Jeremiah; during the Easter seasons, Ezekiel.

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