A Friendly Call, William Merritt Chase (American, 1895)image ::  A Friendly Call, William Merritt Chase (American, 1895)

sound  :: Where the Road Meets the Sun, Katie Herzig, with Matthew Perryman Jones (2009)

I crafted these simple Lenten Readings for my local church, but this year’s response to the blog has been truly overwhelming.  You are one of over 20,000 individuals from countries all over the world  have enjoyed the posts, and your many messages to me have been deeply encouraging.

So many of you took time to acknowledge how the Lord challenged and spurred you on through the daily reading of the Scripture, as well as the other aspects of the posts.  I wish I could respond t you all individually.   Please know that I am so encouraged by you, and I am very glad that the Lord has blessed you.  God is good.

Thank you for joining  in these last 40+ days.  Trust in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The Lord is risen, indeed.

Kevin Greene

Richmond, VA

United States

One comment

  1. Thank you so much for the time and effort it takes to update this blog, Kevin! I’m so grateful for it and the richness it brings to my Lent studies. So great to look forward to it every morning.

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