As we arrive at Palm Sunday, Holy Week stretches out before us, with its wonders and mysteries, its joys and sorrows. As we seek a final way to love giving for Lent, let us give glory to God with our every word, thought, and action. Let us make our journey from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday a powerful reflection of all that He has done for us.
Sing with joy when God gives you what you’ve been asking for, and sing even louder when He gives you something else, because He alone knows best what you truly need.
Take pains to be humble, knowing that fortunes can change in a moment and only God is eternal.
Walk down the street confidently, no matter what people may be shouting, knowing that Jesus walks with you.
Show gratitude to those who help you, and be quick to help others, even those who insist they don’t need it.
Break bread with those you love most and, although they may break your heart, ask God to bless them.
Stay awake to both the pleasures and the pains of the world, because a sleeping heart becomes deaf to the Word of God.
Endure pain, ridicule, and betrayal with a steadfast heart, knowing that the Lord will never abandon you.
Walk the path of the Lord, when your burden is great, when the road is broken, when you are broken, for His path is the only route to Heaven.
Even in the midst of a seemingly endless night, remember that the Light always returns.
Be faithful, even when faced with seemingly impossible obstacles, and know that your faithfulness will be rewarded.
Greet your Savior in every place and in every face in which you see Him, and greet Him in joy and thanksgiving.
Proclaim to everyone, through your words and through your life, that Jesus is Lord. Give Him glory in all things, in Lent and always.
“And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.”