Today’s Lent Devotional by Dr. Leander Harding, from TSM’s Website

I found Dr. Leander Harding’s devotional for today at the TSM website very encouraging.  Here is an excerpt:

The story of Abraham is the story of how the response of one person to God allows God to work in that person’s life and through that person’s life for the salvation of the world. If you feel sometimes dead, insignificant, undeserving and broken beyond repair, you are of the same flesh as Abraham. God has a plan for you and a plan to touch the world through you. What will be your response?

Holy Father, We give thanks that you do not leave us in our brokenness but are always working to make us holy. Give us grace to open our eyes, as did Patrick of Ireland, to see your plan, and the grace to do our part. In the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Amen.

Note: there appear to be no archives of the Trinity Lent Devotional entries, nor any permalinks, the entries change daily.  I’m trying to contact the TSM webmasters to find out if there is an archive somewhere.  Stay tuned…


One Response to Today’s Lent Devotional by Dr. Leander Harding, from TSM’s Website

  1. Rob says:

    Some good thoughts here, but truly, the life of Abraham is much more than that: the life of Abraham is about God’s sovereign plan of redemptive history throughout the Old Testament, ultimately seeing fulfillment with the Messiah, Christ Jesus.

    Abraham’s faith was counted him as righteousness, and that’s so meaningful to me especially as a fallen sinner, knowing that my salvation is grounded not on works-based righteousness, but by the Grace of the Son of God alone.

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