Day 39 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 39 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: 2 Kings 23:21-28, 2 Chronicles 35:1-19, Exodus 12 This is it! We made it! Today is day 39. Yes this is a 40 days series, a 40 day Lenten reflection of the old testament, but day 40 falls on Sunday. It’s time to celebrate! Tonight Passover begins and...
Day 38 – On the Trail for 40 Days

Day 38 – On the Trail for 40 Days

Readings: 2 Kings 22:3-20, 2 Chronicles 34:8-28 If you are following along you may have noticed that I skipped a day. I barely kept my Lenten commitment. Instead, I had to ask God to take care of me yesterday. I had nothing to give, nothing to share, and nothing to...
Day 36 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 36 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: Jeremiah 4 -6 These chapters are very hard to read. I would imagine the words of Jeremiah were very hard to hear for the people of Judah and Israel. Jeremiah was not a beloved prophet. There are many that wished him dead. This will be our last day in...
Day 35 – On the trail for 40 Days

Day 35 – On the trail for 40 Days

Readings: Jeremiah 3 (again) Every Sunday during the pandemic I have watched the virtual broadcast of my daughter’s church in Cincinnati. Is it possible to be a fan-girl of a church? Is that weird? I just love every one of their ministers. They have three men,...
Day 34 – On the Trail for 40 days

Day 34 – On the Trail for 40 days

Readings: Jeremiah 3 and 31 The Appalachian trail spans over 14 states. 992 of these miles trek over the southern states of Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. The other 1165 miles are in the north. To put this in the perspective of the kingdoms, divide...
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...