The Compassionate Heart of Christ – Lent – Week 1

Beyond the Pulpit…

Welcome Kindred’s,

We enter into this time of Lent to consider the state of the “Inner Ticker of Life”* – the place where one meets God.

There is a saying, “All roads lead to Rome.” For this journey; all roads, crossings and intersections will lead one to Christ.

During this Lenten Season, I invite you to travel with me as we retrace Jesus’ steps to Golgotha and beyond!

Each week’s teaching will include an ‘Inspiration Station’ message; accompanied by a podcast meditation for you to ponder and pray about for the week.

I encourage you to leave comments about your Lenten experience and how this teaching has impacted your daily walk with Christ.

“It is always darkest before the dawn. There is victory at the end of the road; for it is Jesus, the Risen Christ, who greets us, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant!’”

Hope to see you on the holy road.

May God bless you and yours!

In His Service,

Rev. Patty

Inspiration station

“Let us, Child, look at my journey to the Cross. In order to be set free and understand the nature of the malady that you suffer; you must walk with me hand-in-hand, as I travel with you to the Cross.

Every stop provides a glimpse, a place of understanding for one to identify her/his sin, illness, pain, despair, sadness, doubt, fear, indecision, unforgiveness, bitterness, etc.

How else can you heal completely unless you recognize me in the reflection of the experience? See yourself on the road to Golgotha and you will be set free.”**

lenten meditation

Don’t Miss Rev. Patty’s latest podcast episode, “The Compassionate Heart of Christ – Lent – Week 1

On Tour with Jesus – Lift Up Thine Eyes Rev. Patty's Inspiration Station

Deliver Me, O’ Lord, PAZ

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