Is there anyone out there?

I’ve heard from a few folks who have read the first reflection yesterday, which is wonderful. Thank you so much for joining along – however, we will all benefit and grow more in our relationship with God if you leave comments and answer the questions from the reflection in the comment area at the bottom of the posts.

So – let us know you’re out there. Say hi – say what you’re hoping to get out of this Lenten study this season of Lent, and let’s have a conversation online (which we can continue when we see each other around town and at worship on Sunday) that will benefit our spiritual lives.

So – are you reading this? Leave a comment below and let us know!


3 thoughts on “Is there anyone out there?

  1. Donna Wright

    I thought the Pausing on the Road to Jerusalem reading was a very thought provoking article. I think it is important that we ask ourselves do people know we are Christians having been around us? I have many friends, especially some from the South who it is so evident as they always speak of their love of Christ and what He has done for them as well as their comforting faith. I am thankful that we have the opportunity to participate in this. Thanks Adam.

  2. John Wren

    I always have trouble with the idea of an outside “evil” that tempts us. I think we sometimes use that to let us off the hook. My personal theology leads me to believe that our own brokenness and separation from God leads us to temptation and off of the path Jesus laid out for us. I agree with the writer that putting our Christianity at the core of our lives is the way to keep clear as to what is important and what tempts us away. Of course, easier said than done, but I’m not putting that on any “Diabolos.”


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