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Reflection: Jesus told us when we break bread eat a meal to remember Him. Think of the disciples. Tonight see if you can spend one hour praying with Jesus. Scripture tells us He prays for us unceasingly. Read Luke and John Refection: If you can, attend a Stations of the Cross service. At each stop, prayers are said.
Even if you sit in the pews and do not follow all the movements of kneeling, crossing yourself, etc, it can still be a very heart-piercing service. Some are held outdoors. Or watch a movie about the life and death of Jesus, keeping in mind He did this all for you. He loves you that much. Jesus lies alone in the tomb.
Scripture is basically silent about today. Scripture does state the women left his body in a tomb and hurried away because their tradition said they had to wait to prepare his funeral until after the Sabbath was over. Awaken with a song in your heart. Read Luke 24 and John There are a number of important days in the season of Lent. Ash Wednesday is the start of Lent. We hold multiple worship services in the Upper Room on Ash Wednesday where we sing, pray, repent, and have ashes applied to our forehead as a sign of humility and repentance.
We join the crowds on that day in celebrating that the king has come, but we also weep with Jesus knowing his death is coming soon. Holy Week is the week leading up to Easter.
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We have prayer services every day in the Upper Room during Holy Week to remember what Jesus was doing before his crucifixion. At this meal Jesus gives us the sacrament of holy communion.
It is at the cross where we most clearly see the co-suffering, self-giving love of God. He died a real human death and lay life-less in the tomb all day on Saturday. Easter Easter Sunday is the ultimate day of Christian celebration. In one sense, every Sunday is a celebration of the resurrection. But after we have spent 40 days of reflecting on the suffering of Jesus, Easter Sunday is a celebration like no other!