Day 32 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 32 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: Jeremiah 2:1-13, John 7:37-39, John 4: 1-26 Hiking a very long trail without a source of water is fatal planning. “Most shelters on the AT are situated in close proximity to a spring, and many hikers rely on the fact that if the water runs directly...
Day 31 – On the trail for 40 days

Day 31 – On the trail for 40 days

Readings: Jeremiah 1: 1-19 What is your excuse for not doing something you were called to do? I don’t feel good today, Lord. I can’t read your word. I’m so tired today Lord, please don’t ask me to write in my journal. My back hurts today,...
Day 30 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 30 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: 2 Kings 22:1-2, 2 Chronicles 34:1-7 We have us a child king in Judah now, at the ripe age of 8 years of age. His poor father was assassinated. The prophet Jeremiah began his counsel when our king was 21 years old. I do wonder who took care of business during...
Day 29 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 29 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: 2 Kings 21:19-26, 2 Chronicles 33: 21-25; Luke 14: 7-11 “Throughout 208 years under 39 kings, both the northern kingdom and the southern kingdom repeatedly turned their backs on God, and it was time for drastic actions.” (1) Our Lenten journey...
Day 28 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 28 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: 2 Kings 21:1-18,2 Chronicles 33:1-20 The trail winds in a new direction today. We go up to the Gihon spring to the Hezekiah Tunnel, constructed by the king himself; a freshwater source to the city of Jereseulam. It was the only natural water source during...