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Lent has been observed by Christians since the fourth century.

It is a time of reflection, penitence and spiritual renewal before Easter.

Lent ends at midnight on Holy Saturday, the night before Easter Sunday.


During Lent some Christians focus on giving up something. Is it abusolutely

necessary for the observance of Lent to give up a delicacy or a bad habit or

an hour of sleep in order to pray? Who can truly say? What one does during

the Lenten period should be a matter between a Christian and God. Some

may decide to do something extra for their spirtual growth. Others may

indeed "give up" something that's a hindrance to the spiritual life. Some

may make a special sacrifice of some sort. And some may decide to improve

their communication and fellowship with God by having special times of prayer

throughout the day, or vow to worship in the church at every service held.


The important thing is to make Lent a special time, a memorable time. A time

so meaningful that it sets the tone for the rest of the entire year. At the very

least it should be a time of sincere spiritual growth.



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In business and life one must keep their priorites right.
I try to keep God first because the Bible tells us if we
put him first all the rest will be provided.
To help maintain this life style we fellowship at
St. John's United Methodist Church. Join us there for
Sunday Morning Worship. Or visit us online by clicking here

John 3:16-17
16. For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
17. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world,
but to save the world through him. NIV


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