Monthly Archives: March 2014

Five things to do during Lent – #3 Amends

The dictionary tells us that “amend means reparation or compensation for a loss, damage, or injury of any kind; recompense.” Repentance is when you recognize that you are going in the wrong direction, or you said something wrong, or you … Continue reading

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Five things to do during Lent – #2 Repentance

A few weeks ago I was shocked by the news about the great number of wrong-way drivers causing accidents here in Florida. Of course the reason for that mistake are many, alcohol, drugs, lack of attention, visibility, etc. The biggest … Continue reading

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Five things to do during Lent – #1 Self-denial

Lent is a great opportunity to start important disciplines in our lives. Most of us already began the 40 days journey giving up something. What we cannot forget is that this preparation is going somewhere. We should not be doing … Continue reading

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Five things every Christian should give up during Lent

For those of you who do not know or are not very familiar with the liturgical year, this Wednesday we begin the Lent or in Latin Quadragesima. Lent is a period of approximately six weeks leading up to Easter Sunday. … Continue reading

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Ready, set, go!

Every time that we hear that command we are automatically transported to a race where runners will compete to prove who is the best and fastest one. Even though sometimes the command sounds a little bit different like: “on your … Continue reading

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When God Calls You

“God has a plan for you!” This is what many of us heard when we came to Christ. Unfortunately some of us think that this plan was only about our future in eternity and had nothing to do with our … Continue reading

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When God Says: MOVE!

We are living in the middle of a huge population shift. People are moving on a large scale, which is caused by need and facility. When people need better jobs and a better life, they will move. Facility because now … Continue reading

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Hidden Blessings in the Middle of Tragedies

Last week we saw, again, a mix of ineptitude from public leaders, government organizations, media weather specialists, and people from the south, for dealing with the cold weather and its tricks. I was on the road when the freezing rain … Continue reading

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