This season, we’re blessed with a set of Lenten devotionals by contributing author Lee Hinkle. Find out more about Lee at the bottom of this article, or at hinkledownunder.com.
John 1:1-14 (ESV)
I know this is the third time this passage has been posted. It is a good passage, and today it has been going through my mind a lot. We have been unpacking since our possessions arrived last week, and today we began unpacking our boxes of books.
God speaking to us in a way that cannot be ignored; a way that confronts us and disrupts us.
The Word became flesh. God speaking to us in a way that cannot be ignored; a way that confronts us and disrupts us.
The Word became flesh. God’s perfect expression for us to behold His glory and witness His Truth draws us in to a true knowledge of ourselves, each other and our Creator.
The Word became flesh.
Thank you, Jesus, for coming. Thank you, Father, for speaking through your perfect Word. Thank you for filling us with your presence and allowing us to behold your glory. Amen.
Take time for memorize this passage. I am sure you will see it again before this Lenten Season is finished.
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Lee Hinkle is an American pastor who, with his family of 7, felt God’s call to pack up and plant a church in Fremantle, a town in Perth, Western Australia. Last Summer, the Hinkles left Indianapolis and arrived in Oz to begin their work. You can follow their adventures at hinkledownunder.com.