Lent offers us the chance to slow down and reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. It allows the opportunity for biblical introspection—to do a health check on our life in Christ. Where are we out of alignment? Are we taking our salvation for granted? Are we practicing gratitude? Are we daily receiving God’s grace? Are we allowing God to shape our hearts, desires, minds, and lives? Understanding the gifts of grace, salvation, and mercy allows us to drink deeply at each of those wells and to embrace the love of Christ and the power of the resurrection. But first, we must journey to the cross by walking the Pilgrim’s Path.
Every year in Jerusalem, followers of Christ (pilgrims) walk the “Way of Suffering” or the path of Jesus through Jerusalem during Holy Week or the week preceding Easter. This week from the triumphal entry on Palm Sunday to Holy Saturday marks the end of the 40-day season of Lent. Today, we are inviting you to your own journey along the Pilgrim’s Path through Lent.
Pilgrim’s Path: A Study of the Psalms traces our spiritual walk with God—from discovery and delight, through doubt and disappointment, into joyful confidence. Whether used for individual or group study, Pilgrim’s Path is for everyone who seeks to know and love God more and find life in him.
This six-week study is taught by Elizabeth Black. The book includes daily devotions, a study guide, and video notes. Teachings will be available to download or view from our website: biblestudymedia.com.
Strengthen your faith by walking this path through Lent and increase the joy of Easter!
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