Day 38, April 12

by: Michael Benson

Every handful of years, a new book is released detailing some personal story of an individual who purportedly died, went to heaven…

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Day 37, April 11

by: Michael Benson

During their wandering in the wilderness, the Israelites grumbled and spoke against God and Moses, complaining about the blessings God had provided…

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Day 36, April 10

by: Michael Benson

When Jesus told the paralyzed man his sins were forgiven, the teachers of religious law who were present were shocked.

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Day 35, April 9

by: Michael Benson

The joining of God and man in the person of Jesus was something altogether new.

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Day 34, April 8

by: Michael Benson

At the end of the final battle in the feature film adaptation of C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, director Andrew Adamson…

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Day 33, April 7—Sabbath

by: Michael Benson

Each Sunday during Lent, give yourself permission to reflect on all God has been speaking to you through His Word over the prior week.

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Day 32, April 6

by: Michael Benson

Jesus didn’t need to let Lazarus die. There’s no way to know with any kind of certainty how far away from Bethany Jesus and His disciples were when they…

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Day 31, April 5

by: Michael Benson

“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” We’ve all likely seen this idea play out in the world around us.

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