Each Sunday through Lent, we are going to observe our predictable
routine of slowness.
In the introduction, I observed, “the shared rhythms of Advent,
Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost root us in the
redeeming story of Christ, and live into the Biblical wisdom of the
teacher that ‘there is a time for everything’ (Ecclesiastes 3:1).” Built
into these annual rhythms are the wide spectrum of our life with Christ:
anticipation and fulfillment, proclamation and response, lament and
Since we are celebrating Easter in a couple weeks, we are going to
reflect today on Pentecost. Pentecost is celebrated to remember the
giving of the Holy Spirit to the believers as seen in Acts chapter 2.
- Spend some time thanking the Father for His gift of the Spirit and how He is at work in your life.