Throughout These Lenten Days and Nights
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Further Reflections on Scripture References
The text, though intended for Lent and certainly introspective, doggedly points past the suffering, self-denial, and difficultly of life, toward the Resurrection. Persistently pointing to the hope of Easter, each of its stanzas begins with an allusion to where Christians are in the world and ends with a final direct reference to Jesus’ rising from death.
Sing! A New Creation
Confessions and Statements of Faith References
Further Reflections on Confessions and Statements of Faith References
Stanzas 5-6 speak of the hope of “resurrection morn” and “Easter Day,” alluding to hope and confidence expressed so beautifully in Our World Belongs to God, paragraphs 56-58.