40 days of Lent 2015
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40 days of Lent 2015

The Great Interruption Day 40

The Great Interruption

ReRead:   John 20:19-20

Saturday 4/4/15   Day 40

Ponder:  Mary shares with the disciples that she has seen the Lord.  They are still afraid and hiding behind locked doors in spite of her message.  Suddenly, Jesus is standing in their midst. He speaks to them, “Peace be with you.”  They are struggling to believe it is Jesus.  Do you ever struggle with believing the reality of a living God who presents himself to you?  Please notice, Jesus does not stop there and leave.  Instead, he shows them his wounds and tells them his resurrection story.  Instead of fear now they are filled with joy.  Jesus then offers the same line as before but adds further instruction, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.  Receive the Holy Spirit (he breathes on them).”  Jesus then commissions them to forgive the sins of others.

Practice:   Jesus connects faith and forgive-ness with forward movement.  Fear has to go, and forgiveness has to be granted.  If you are holding unforgiveness in your heart, you will hinder the work of the Spirit.  God wants to bring peace and joy in exchange for fear and unforgiveness.  What an Easter Gift is Jesus!

Prayer: Father, thank You for the work of Jesus to forgive my sins so I may know life with You. Holy Spirit, help me to forgive others, because of what you have done for me.  Fill me with Your peace as I follow your commands of love.  In Jesus’ name.  Amen.

Mission: The resurrected life is given as a gift, so go and interrupt the world with the story of God’s Love and Light in Christ.  God loves you not because you do everything right, but because He created you and the world.  Invite someone to join us at church as we celebrate Resurrection Sunday!

The Great Interruption Day 39

The Great Interruption

ReRead:   John 20:17-18

Friday 4/3/15   Day 39

Ponder:   Mary wants to hold onto Jesus, but he tells her she must let him go.  Jesus reminds Mary, “I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.”  Jesus’ comment brings Mary sweet peace and comfort. She knows she is connected to God now.  Mary leaves to find and tell his disciples; she does what Jesus asks of her.  The disciples are presently hiding from the religious leaders.  Fear has stopped them in their tracks.  They do not know how to move forward.  Jesus sends Mary with the message, “I have seen the Lord.”  The message is beautiful. When we have seen the Lord, we have a story to tell others.  Christ in us becomes the Great Interruption and source of hope for others to move forward with God.

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The Great Interruption Day 38

The Great Interruption

ReRead:   John 20:15-16

Thursday 4/2/15   Day 38

Ponder: Jesus calls Mary by name. It is how Jesus chooses to announce his resurrection; he says Mary’s name and she recognizes his Voice. Mary has heard Jesus call her by name before, but now it is overwhelming to her.  Why?  Because this Voice that calls her by name rises up within her in great power; it is the Voice of God within. Others will encounter and experience Jesus in similar ways; the Voice that speaks to them while walking on the road, greets them from behind closed doors, prays over bread and fish...Jesus will speak their names.  Have you heard him speak your name?

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The Great Interruption Day 37

The Great Interruption

Read:  John 20:1-20

Wednesday 4/1/15   Day 37  

Ponder:  Mary Magdalene is devastated; the tomb is empty.  Through her tears she sees two angels in white.  One sitting where the head of Jesus would have been and one at the feet.  These angels ask Mary, “Woman, why are you weeping?”  She replies to them, “They have taken away my Lord and I do not know where they have laid him.”  Mary has tasted the presence of Christ and fears his absence.  She no longer understands.  It is then that she hears a Voice.  This Voice comes with power.  She turns to see a man but thinks he must be the gardener. 

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King of the Jews Day 36

King of the Jews

ReRead:  John 19:19-22

Tuesday 3/31/15   Day 36 

Ponder:  Pilate identifies Jesus with a  sign nailed to the cross.  Written in Hebrew, Latin, and Greek the sign reads, “The King of the Jews.”  The chief priests of the Jews wanted it changed to “This man said, I am King of the Jews.”  These leaders see Jesus as claiming to be someone he is not.  Pilate refused to change the sign.  In a week’s time Jesus was celebrated by the crowds as the arriving King, hated by the religious leaders who had authority, betrayed by friends, denied by his followers, and suffered death. God is the Interruptor this time.  God sent his Son to announce the Kingdom.  God’s Kingdom is for those who celebrate Him, as well as for those who reject Him.  God loves His creation and offers His Son to be Lord of all.  Is Jesus your Lord?

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King of the Jews Day 35

King of the Jews

Read: John 19:16-22

Monday 3/30/15   Day 35

Ponder: Pilate plays the political game and hands Jesus over to be crucified.  Jesus carries his cross to The Place of the Skull (Golgotha).  He is crucified between two thieves.  Jesus’ followers are filled with sorrow.  They know he is Messiah; he is the eternal Savior sent from God.  How could this happen?

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Jesus Enters the City Day 34

Jesus Enters the City

ReRead:   Luke 19:38-40

Saturday 3/28/15   Day 34

Ponder:  Passion for God is building in Jerusalem so the flesh must attack.  The Pharisees seek to correct Jesus for stirring the people’s faith and hope.  “Teacher, order your disciples to stop.”  Jesus teaches about the supreme power of God over nature when he tells the religious Pharisees, “If the disciples are silent the stones will shout out!”  Why?

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Jesus Enters the City Day 33

Jesus Enters the City

ReRead:   Luke 19:35-37

Friday 3/27/15   Day 33

Ponder:   The disciples did what Jesus asked and brought the colt back with them.  Little did they know this animal would be with them as they entered Jerusalem.  Jesus sits on the colt and begins his ride.  People with palm branches start waving and greeting Jesus as he passes by. They shout praises to God.  Passover is a celebration to praise God for delivering His people, Israel, from bondage, and the hope of God’s ultimate salvation through Messiah.   People have heard about Jesus and his many interruptions in the region.  Now, he interrupts everything with his arrival into Jerusalem. Pause. If you are quiet, you can almost hear them asking each other, “Could Jesus be the Messiah?”

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Jesus Enters the City Day 32

Jesus Enters the City

Read:   Luke 19:28-40

Thursday 3/26/15   Day 32

Ponder: Jesus is approaching the Mount of Olives; he is on his way to Jerusalem.  He will “be” the sacrificial Lamb for the Passover.  We can see from scripture Jesus knows all things and is administering everything in detail to fulfill his mission from God.  Jesus interrupts two of the disciples by giving them an odd task to follow.  These two do not question the directions given by Jesus.  If Jesus says there is going to be a colt tied up for them to take, someone to inquire about them taking it, and a need for them to say, “The Lord needs it,” that is what will happen.  Are you that sure (full of trust) when following Jesus’ direction in your life?

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Be An Interrupter Day 31

Be An Interrupter

ReRead:  John 12:3

Wednesday 3/25/15   Day 31  

Ponder:  When we want to express our love for people, we may buy flowers, gifts, or we may seek to serve them in some specific way.  Those are expressions of love but not really a descriptive of love. Mary does not really know how to “tell” Jesus she loves him.  She cannot articulate the overwhelming feeling she has rising up within her.  So, she acts.  With every stroke of her hair on the feet of Messiah, she is telling him she loves him.  Since God conveyed his love for us by sending His Son to die on a cross, can we look at the cross as a symbol of love?

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Be An Interrupter Day 30

Be An Interrupter

ReRead:  John 12:9-11

Tuesday 3/24/15   Day 30  

Ponder:  Influencial people are interrupters.  They cause a “stir” people notice.  Raising Lazarus brought influence to not only Jesus but also Lazarus.  Lazarus cannot keep his mouth shut; he has to tell others about what Jesus did for him.  He has to tell others Jesus is his Messiah...THE MESSIAH.  Lazarus was dead, and now he is alive.  Humanity, apart from the work of Messiah, is dead in sin.  We need a resurrection to be spiritually alive to God; believe in the work that Jesus did to make us right with God.  If Messiah has raised you out of spiritual death into eternal life, like Lazarus are you able to keep your mouth shut?  

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Be An Interrupter Day 29

Be An Interrupter

ReRead: John 12:7-8

Monday 3/23/15   Day 29

Ponder: Mary’s extravagant exaltation and worship of Jesus caused such an interruption it made human flesh scramble to feel equal with God. Judas, nudged by Satan, diverts the attention off from Jesus and onto humanity. The holiness and omnipotence of God is minimizing to sinful human flesh, and we don’t like how it makes us feel, do we?

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Be An Interrupter Day 28

Be An Interrupter

ReRead:   John 12:4-6

Saturday 3/21/15   Day 28

Ponder:  Have you ever found yourself close to God, enjoying a time of worship, and your expression of praise and worship upset someone else around you? Religion loves conformity doesn’t it?  Seems like there’s always a Judas around trying to hijack our authentic and unique worship. Mary is seeking to bring glory to God in a simple way; the only way she knows how in a moment.  This woman is not a prominant person in the community, she is a simple woman who loves Jesus and demonstrates it in extravagant ways.  Judas, the betrayer of Christ, throws his opinions out on the worship floor hoping to sound more spiritual and wiser.  He says, “Why was this perfurme not sold for three hundred denarii and the money given to the poor?”  He is wise as a serpent, because all he wants is to take care of his needs and image; he cares nothing about exalting the Messiah or loving the poor.  He’s a thief.

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Be An Interrupter Day 27

Be An Interrupter

ReRead:   John 12:3

Friday 3/20/15   Day 27

Ponder:   Certain scents can attract us or repel us.  I really enjoy the soft and subtle scent of certain perfumes.  It’s pleasant for me.   Jesus is enjoying his friends, but getting ready to make his final journey to Jerusalem where he will be crucified.  Mary is worshiping at the feet of Jesus; it is her favorite place when Christ is with them.  She values Jesus and his teaching and spares no cost to communicate it to him.  Mary interrupts Jesus and the evening festivities by taking a pound of costly perfume (used to anoint for burial), extravagantly pours it on Jesus, and wipes his feet with her hair.  Jesus, Mary, and the home smell like perfume.

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Be An Interrupter Day 26

Be An Interrupter

Read:   John 12:1-11

Thursday 3/19/15   Day 26

It was six days before the Passover; Jesus stopped by the house of some dear friends to share a meal and visit.  Lazarus, Martha, and Mary always made a place for Jesus in their home. They all had a story about Christ’s love for them.  Jesus had raised Lazarus from the dead; that’s a pretty amazing story! Martha was a great cook and host, so every time Jesus returns he appreciates Martha.  What about Mary? Mary has been set free from a life ignorant to sin.  She is a learner and worshiper; she sits at the feet of Jesus. All three of these friends of Christ, love being with Him.  Here’s the Good News: Jesus loves being with them, too. The relationship is reciprocal. 

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 25

Jesus, the Interrupter

ReRead:  John 4:19-23

Wednesday 3/18/15   Day 25  

Ponder:  This woman recognizes her encounter at the well is with a prophet; this man seems to speak on behalf of God.  Interestingly, this woman seems to focus on what has religiously divided the Jews and the Samaritans rather than focus on Who or what connects them.  Notice here that Jesus does not enter the religious debate.  Instead, Jesus draws attention to what God desires and requires: those who worship Him must worship in spirit and in Truth.  What is spirit and Truth?  

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 23

Jesus, The Interrupter

Monday 3/16/15   Day 23

ReRead: John 4:13-15

Ponder: Water is necessary for our physical bodies; we must drink water for our bodies to function properly.  Water flushes out toxins, provides fuel for our muscles, helps us to stay mentally focused, and much more. We also need spiritual water.  Jesus, the Interrupter brings “a spring welling up to eternal life” that is necessary for flushing out lies, providing fuel for our mission, and helping us stay faithful in the difficult places of life.  Are you drinking from the well of eternal life?

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 24

Jesus, The Interrupter 

ReRead:  John 4:16-18

Tuesday 3/17/15   Day 24  

Ponder:  The woman at the well found that Jesus interrupted her ideas of what constituted her worth and value.  It was not her husband who made her valuable; it was not the five husbands she had or the man she was living with at the time who made her valuable. None of them were able to communicate her value to her. Jesus came to the well to interrupt her life and to help her see how much she was loved for who she was to God; to see herself anew.  Do you need to know you are valuable to God not because of what you do or don’t do, who you know or don’t know,  but just because you are His lovely and treasured creation?

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 22

Jesus, the Interrupter

ReRead:   John 4:9-10

Saturday 3/14/15   Day 22

Ponder:  Jesus is a pro at answering a question by requesting an action that interrupts the human status quo. This surprised woman responds to Jesus’ request with a question.  His request makes her head spin; he is asking her to break the cultural rules and serve him. At this moment, the woman merely sees a Jewish man not the Messiah and Lover of her soul. I can just hear the calmness is the voice of Jesus saying, “Daughter, if you only knew who I Am and the riches of heaven at my command, then you would ask me to bring great and satisfying things into your life.” Why doesn’t Jesus just tell her who he is from the start?

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 21

Jesus, the Interrupter

ReRead:   John 4:7-8

Friday 3/13/15   Day 21

Ponder:  Jesus says to this Samaritan woman, “Give me a drink.”  He is alone because the disciples have gone into the village to buy food. Jesus breaks the rules or “norms” of Jewish culture; Messiah speaks with a woman in public, engages in coversation with a Samaritan (Samaritans are dispised by Jews), and asks her for a drink from her jar which would make him ceremonially unclean by Jewish Law.  Have you ever noticed Jesus is indifferent to cultural “norms?” 

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 20

Jesus, the Interrupter

ReRead:   John 4:6-7

Thursday 3/12/15   Day 20

Ponder:  Jesus is thirsty.  Even though he is sitting by the well, he has no bucket with which to draw water.  A Samaritan woman comes to the well in the hotest part of the day to draw water. This woman has been shunned and shamed by others; her lifestyle is unacceptable to them. She comes to the well at a time when the fewest people will be there; she does not want to be seen.  She would rather brave the heat, then deal with judgmental people. Jesus interrupts her plan to avoid community and asks, “Give me a drink.”  Does Jesus interrupt your plans?

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Jesus, the Interrupter Day 19

Jesus, the Interrupter

Read:  John 4:4-23

Wednesday 3/11/15   Day 19  

Ponder:  The desert that led to Jacob’s well has made the Master fatigued and thirsty. It’s the hottest part of the day; twelve noon.  Jesus is tired from the walk, overwhelmed by the heat, and interrupted by thirst; a human experience. In the Samaritan village called Sychar Jesus positions himself by the well and hopes for a drink of fresh cool water.

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Interruptions are Messy Day 18

Interruptions are Messy 

ReRead:  Mark 2:12 

Tuesday 3/10/15   Day 18   

Ponder:  The crowd witnessed the restorative work of Messiah in their midst and praise filled the house and beyond.  Their testimony, “We have never seen anything like this!”  When we recognize the work of Christ manifesting in another person, it should fill our hearts with gratitude and our mouths with praise.  Celebrate what God is doing in other people.  Every life that is changed by Christ, is a life saved for eternity.  Do you celebrate God’s work in and through others?

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Interruptions are Messy Day 17

Interruptions are Messy

Monday 3/9/15   Day 17

ReRead: Mark 2:10-11

Ponder: Jesus, Son of God, refers to himself as the Son of Man in this passage.  In other words, Jesus wants us to understand he is fully human and fully divine.  Jesus is able to connect with our humanness and understand our deepest needs.  He can relate to our suffering to make us overcomers against sin in the world. Are you an overcomer?

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Interruptions are Messy Day 16

Interruptions are Messy

ReRead:   Mark 2:5-9 (again)

Saturday 3/7/15   Day 16

Ponder:  Have you ever questioned why bad things happen to some people?  Maybe they suffer a tragic accident, suffer extreme injustice, lose a child or mate at a young age? During Jesus’ ministry, some people had the mindset that all bad things happened because of sin in a person’s life.   We live in a fallen and sinful world, and pain is simply a part of living here.

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Interruptions are Messy Day 15

Interruptions are Messy

ReRead:   Mark 2:6-9

Friday 3/6/15   Day 15

Ponder: Have you ever sat back and listened to the way people talk sometimes.  Some folks are timid to share things; others way to harsh.  Some folks are good listeners; others just want to talk.  Well, our lesson picks up with some folks who feel they are always right with how they say things, and what they say is the only Truth because they interpret for God. If you doubt this summation, read the passage again.

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Interruptions are Messy Day 14

Interruptions are Messy

ReRead:   Mark 2:5

Thursday 3/5/15   Day 14

Ponder:  Several years ago John and I remodeled our old kitchen.  It was incredibly messy.  Dust, dirt, and debris was everywhere for months on end.  For awhile, we even had a dirt floor.  Think about the mess these men made in the house when they dug through the mud and straw thatched roof to get this man to Jesus.  The debris had to fall on the heads of others; perhaps they just moved to the side outside the realm of this falling mess. Bottom line, we understand this was not only an interruption but a messy one.

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Interruptions are Messy Day 13

Interruptions are Messy

ReRead:  Mark 2:3-4

Wednesday 3/4/15   Day 13  

Ponder:  Four friends are making a plan for this paralyzed man to have an audience with Jesus.  They go to extremes to intercede for him. There are no doorbells or cell phones to gain attention.  Yelling over the crowd would not be an option. The doorway is blocked, so obviously with all the hindrances in place someone suggests they dig a hole through the roof and lower the man down beside Jesus. Seriously? It’s messy! God pays attention to this faith; it’s extraordinary and driven.  Note, it is not the faith of the paralytic that moves God’s compassion, it is the faith of this man’s friends who are determined that hearing the words “no room near Jesus” is not acceptable.  

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Interruptions are Messy Day 12

Interruptions are Messy 

Read:  Mark 2:1-12 

Tuesday 3/3/15   Day 12   

Ponder:  Jesus has gained popularity and has returned home.  Many people have come to hear his teaching; perhaps out of curiosity. These are the folks who knew Jesus before his public ministry. In the middle of his teaching, Jesus faces a  totally unexpected and messy interruption.  What do you do when everywhere you look there is something or someone wanting your attention? The word “overwhelmed” comes to mind.  This Scripture uses the phrase, “and the ceiling opened up.” (smile)

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Living with Interruptions Day 11

Living with Interruptions

ReRead: Mark 10:52

Monday 3/2/15   Day 11 

Ponder: All of Bartimaeus’ life was marked with interruptions of hardship and suffering. This blind beggar now has an encounter with the Living Grace of God, Jesus. Bartimaeus cries  out, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me.” In other words, “Messiah, save me.” Jesus replies, “What do you want me to do for you?” Batimaeus answers, “Rabbi, I want to see.” In other Words, “Teacher, I need revelation or truth.” Jesus tells the beggar, “Your faith has saved you.” Immediately, he received his sight. With abounding gratitude, Bartimaeus follows Jesus down the road.

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Living with Interruptions Day 10

Living with Interruptions

ReRead:   Mark 10:49-51

Saturday 2/28/15   Day 10

Ponder:  An encouraging word can mean so much; it is sometimes a refreshing surprise for our weary souls.   We need reassurance that we are loved.

At first, people are under the impression that Jesus does not have time for Bartimaeus, but then Jesus calls to him.  Bartimaeus throws off his coat and he springs forward.  The blind man runs right to the feet of Jesus the minute he calls.  Jesus asks, “How can I help you?”  Perhaps another way to translate the question is, “How may I redirect you toward love?”  

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Living with Interruptions Day 9

Living with Interruptions

ReRead:   Mark 10:48-49

Friday 2/27/15   Day 9

Ponder: Are you aware when Jesus is standing still because someone else has called for kindness?

Jesus is leaving Jericho. I am sure his disciples are trying to protect him and his time.  Certainly, he doesn’t need to deal with another problem or needy person, right? If we are listening to the Word, we know this mindset is wrong. We read in our passage when Bartimaeus boldy cries out in faith, Jesus stands still.   Picture that; Jesus hears him and stands still.  What does that mean?

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Living with Interruptions Day 8

Living with Interruptions

ReRead:   Mark 10:47-48

Thursday 2/26/15   Day 8

Ponder:  If Jesus was to pass by us would we be driven to call out to him?  Would we abandon what others thought and grab ahold of Christ’s attention by asking for mercy?  Is that what we would ask Jesus to extend or do for us?

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Living with Interruptions Day 7

Living with Interruptions

Read:  Mark 10:46-52

Wednesday 2/25/15   Day 7  

Ponder:  Our culture seems to be defined by interrupting communications. We can experience constant phone calls, text messages, and emails.  It is not unusual to be interrupted by all of these things as you are trying to get out the door to an appointment.  Can you relate to having interruptions when you have someplace else to be?  How do you respond to the demands for your time?

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Interruptions as Opportunity Day 6

Interruptions as Opportunity 

ReRead:  Mark 5:34 

Tuesday 2/24/15   Day 6   

Ponder:  The very day this desperate woman reaches out to touch Jesus she is healed. Her life is forever changed in that moment. Joy permeates her being; truth flows from her lips.  However, I’m also very sure, even in the midst of this joy, she remembers how she felt for the past twelve years.  She remembers how she was treated by others and how she was shamed. She will not forget where she has been.  This healing did not erase the pain she had felt, nor the rejection she had experienced; it did change the way she looked at God, herself, and others.  She received a new glimpse of love.

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Interruptions as Opportunity Day 5

Interruptions as Opportunity

Monday 2/23/15   Day 5 

ReRead: Mark 5:30-33 

Ponder:  Please notice that both the woman and Jesus is aware of the healing.  Jesus is actually on his way to touch Jairus’ daughter when he is interrupted.  This woman falls at the feet of Jesus (just like Jairus) and tells him what she has done; she touched him. Jesus gives this broken and hurting woman and opportunity to be real with him; to tell him the truth.

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Interruptions as Opportunity Day 4

Interruptions as Opportunity

ReRead:   Mark 5:27-29

Saturday 2/21/15   Day 4

 

Ponder:  Are you quick to interrupt Jesus by asking for help? Do you think about the magnitude of other people’s problems and decide your’s are not worth bothering the Master?  Or, maybe you think you can handle your own problems by yourself.

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Interruptions as Opportunity Day 3

Interruptions as Opportunity

ReRead:   Mark 5:24-26

Friday 2/20/15   Day 3

Ponder:  I cannot answer for you, but I will confess that my cell phone brings constant interruptions.  Sometimes the calls are simply casual or informative; sometimes the calls mean painful life changes for those whom I love.  Can you, or those you love, relate to painful news and the need to search for answers from God?   

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Interruptions As Opportunity Day 2

Interruptions as Opportunity

ReRead:  Mark 5:22-24

Thursday 2/19/15   Day 2  

Ponder:  Jesus welcomes our interrupting prayers.  How might you describe what you need from Jesus?

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Interruptions As Opportunity Day 1

Interruptions as Opportunity 

Read:  Mark 5:21-34 

Ash Wednesday 2/18/15   Day 1   

Ponder:  How do you handle interruptions?  Does it unsettle you when things do not go as planned?  Could you benefit from looking at interruptions differently?

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Lenten Devotional 2015

Interruptions

Forty days may seem like a long time, but compared to eternity it is a vapor. Make a decision today to get quiet before God; invite the Most High into your stillness by opening your heart to His Word each day.  Allow the Spirit to guide you into all Truth.

From Ash Wednesday to Easter, Connect2Christ Church will provide a daily devotional to move us closer toward God.  Reflect on how the Scripture is relevant to your life of faith.  Pray and allow the Word to wash you with revelation so you can enjoy greater fellowship with God in Christ.

Devotions include excerpts from Interruptions by Jacob Armstrong.  Upper Room Books.

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