Who We Are
Daily Devotional Thoughts for Lent
Where have you seen God this week?
When have you been in denial? When have youdenied others? When have you denied God?
When have you witnessed someone tending to adifficult task?
Who or what serves as a nightlight in your life—helping you see where you are, helping to guideyour path?
When have you experienced anxiety in your life?What did it feel like? What steps do you take tocenter yourself? Where is God in that?
What wishes do you have—for your faith, foryour relationship with God, for your relationshipwith yourself?
When do you feel most alive? What does it feellike? When are you the furthest from feelingalive? What can you change?
What rhythms, habits, perspectives, narratives,or ways of thinking need to be overturned inyour life?
Imagine yourself at the parade. Would you singHosanna? Would you be afraid? Picture thesights, the smells, the crowd. For a moment, putyourself there.
What do you grieve in this world? What doesthat grief feel like? What unbinds or loosens thathurt?
What needs building up in your life? How canyou start?
What things do you worry about? What do youfear? Take a moment to acknowledge thosefears and lift them up in prayer.
Think of someone who knows you. What arethree things this person does not know aboutyou? Remember that God knows us fully
As you inhale and exhale, reread verses 8 and 9.Allow those words to sink into your bones sothat you can sing God’s praises all day long.
What are you passionate about? What do youhave, and what can you use that is right at yourfingertips, to lean into that passion?
What conversations are hard for you to hear?Lean into active listening today.
Complete these sentences: I believe God is____. Ibelieve Jesus is___. I believe the Spirit is___. Ibelieve faith is___.
What brings your soul true, abiding joy? Can you incorporate more of that into your life?
What are the most meaningful meals you havehad? What made them holy?
What relationships and events in your life haveshaped you? Where was God in that?