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Devotion On Luke 23:53 For Religion Class

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God's love is beyond imagination...and through Lent I see this... in a Linen Cloth!God's Word for today's Lenten Devotion ............................................Luke 23:53Then he took it down, wrapped it in linen cloth and placed it in a tomb cut in the rock, one in which no one had yet been laid.God's Message for the day on Lent:A man not even knowing Jesus, except being a member of the Council and not agreeing with the judgment on Jesus, took Jesus's body and buried it. He buried him in a tomb. This tomb was empty ...view middle of the document...

It would make sense that God left evidence the only event that no one was present for in Jesus's life. This gives us yet another reason that proves our religion true. Even if the Shroud of Turin is not real, God still used a worthless cloth and made it extraordinary.A Linen Cloth helps me look forward with great anticipation to the National Youth gathering....If this Shroud of Turin is really the cloth that covered Jesus during theresurrection if confirms my faith yet again, proving again that God loves me more then anything because he gave his Son. Even if the Shroud of Turin and the linen cloth is not the same thing it doesn't matter. The cloth alone is living proof that God still loves us more then anything. It tells that God sent his only Son to fie for us and to be wrapped in a common linen cloth. It ultimately tells me God is always with because he forgave my sins.We pray for God to bless our Lenten preparation...Dear God,Help us to remember you and your son. As we do remember all the pain he had to go through as we go through this Lenten season, we thank you. Let us not only remember Easter, let us remember Good Friday, the day your Son died for us. Let us not forget the immense pain he went through for us. In your name...Amen

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