Season of Lent

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Lent:

Lent

Facts about Lent:

Facts about Lent The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. Lent lasts for 40 days. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday- 22 nd February 2012. At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time.

Luke 4:1-3:

Luke 4:1-3

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The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. How did Jesus face all the temptations?

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The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. What does Jesus want to tell us in his victory over the temptations of the world?

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The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. What is the connection of Lenten season to Jesus ’ 40 days fasting in the desert?

Why does Lent last 40 days?:

Why does Lent last 40 days? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. First we look at the story ‘Jesus goes into the Wilderness’ Jesus went to the desert for 40 days and nights. He didn’t have any food or water. The devil came and tried to make Jesus eat and drink. He made Jesus lots of promises but Jesus said NO!

What is Lent?:

What is Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. Lent is a time when we can make a Sacrifice to remember when Jesus was in the desert with nothing to eat or anything to drink.

What is Lent?:

What is Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. Lent is a forty-day season of preparation for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday.

What is Lent?:

What is Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. begins on Ash Wednesday Imposition of ashes= as a reminder that we are created from dust and to dust we shall return

What is Lent?:

What is Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. During Lent we follow Jesus from his adult ministry through his suffering during Holy Week to his crucifixion and death on Good Friday.

What is Lent?:

What is Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday, continues through Holy Thursday and to Good Friday,

What can we do during Lent?:

What can we do during Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. If you were to give something up this lent what would it be?

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The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. How does this season help us grow more as Christian and Theresian?

Try something new this Lent?:

Try something new this Lent? The 40 days before Easter is known as Lent. (We don’t count the Sundays.) At this time, our days get longer and it is the start of Spring Time. This Lent try and go on something for Lent! Something that will help others! What are the things you will do more this lent?

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