Third Week of Easter

We may tend to think of repentance as a painful thing, as something to dread and avoid at all costs.  After all, repentance means admitting we were wrong.  It may be embarrassment, guilt, shame, or pride that makes repentance difficult.  Yet you have probably experienced the joy of repentance as well, the relief of confessing your sins, the wonder of grace that flows to us in forgiveness.  You may be holding on to a dark secret or a stubborn grudge.  Bring your heavy burdens to the Lord.  He has forgiven you and has called you His beloved child.  May that guide you in worship thus week as we continue the celebration of Jesus rising from the dead, defeating sin and death for us.

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