MADE IN HIS IMAGE MINISTRIES, INC

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Meditations

Join us as we journey through the 2022 Lenten Season. Between March 2nd and April 17th, we will Fast and Pray every Wednesday. The fasting period will begin at 12 am and end at 6 pm. During this period we will collectively pray at 6 am, 12 pm, and 6 pm using the morning conference line (518-351-9376). You may only consume water or 100% juice during this period. Note: If you take medication and require food, please eat a light meal if possible. We will not be fasting Thursdays through Tuesdays, but we will still collectively pray at 6 am. We encourage you to give up something as a sacrifice to God during this journey. Mediations will be posted daily to our website and FaceBook page. When you feel like giving up, think of Jesus' sacrifice for us, and let that be your motivation through this period.

A Journey through Lent with hymns – Thoughts to ponder

by Dr. Zelda Robinson on March 11, 2022
Today we will revisit the hymns that we looked deeper at so far and ask you the following questions:

 

1) What do you believe the American slaves got out of the dream of Jacob?

2) What lessons are we to draw from the Genesis passage today?

3) Compare the best of our attempts to praise God here and now, with what we can expect in heaven. What will be some of the differences?

4) Various “crowns” are spoken of in the New Testament–rewards for faithful service, for suffering for the cause of Christ, and so on (cf. I Cor. 9:24-27; Jas. 1:2-3, 12).
    What is the significance of these crowns being cast before the throne of God (Rev. 4:10-11)?

5) What are the most profoundly encouraging thoughts in this hymn?

6) What is there in God’s “help” in your own past that gives you “hope” for the future?

7) In your view, what is the greatest thing about our great God?

8) Why are there relatively few in the world who worship our great and wonderful God?

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