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The Spirit of God Lead Jesus into the wilderness.
as we lead to Jesus into the wilderness, Jesus fast for forty days and tempted.
we are coming into the Easter time. in my opinion Easter is the highest day in the christian calender.
while i don’t celebrate all types of litegicial worship; Christmas and easter are important to us.
while I am entirely and in apologetically Charismatic and more and more reformed, I do think that the spirit can lead us into times of corporate repentance and fasting.
when it comes to corporate worship I don't always feel personally like whatever i’m participating in.
however, if i will give my self to the process i will find blessing there.
2. Ash Wednesday is a day of fasting and repentance.
3. why do we observe lent?
Many people won’t fast without a reason!
in Matthew 4 the Spirit Led Jesus into the desert to fast and be tempted.
many people I know have never felt led to fast.
that’s one of the reasons we call times of repentance and fasting.
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