Another Holy Week is almost over. Several times over the past few days I’ve found myself listening to a playlist of songs that help me focus on the importance of the week.
I’ve also looked up and read (and re-read) many of the Holy Week scriptures you’d expect. The one that stuck with me the most this year was Romans 10:9 NIV.
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Perhaps the reason I kept coming back to this verse is the way my mind broke it down… almost to the point of oversimplification.:
Say it. Believe it. Recieve it.
This Easter morning as we walk to and from our Church’s outside, cemetery, sunrise service I’m sure that phrase will be on repeat in my mind… and I’m fine with that.