Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 7

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Let me have all things, let me have nothing.             Over Christmas break, I went on a trip with my mother to London. It was there that I got the privilege of seeing the new hit musical Hamilton. I was so excited. I had been listening...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 6

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I freely and heartily yield all things to thy pleasure and disposal.             Trust. This is the first word that comes to my mind when I read this sentence. In order to freely and heartily give ourselves over to God, to do all things at his pleasure and...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 5

Posted by Bridget Milam on

“Let me be full, let me be empty.” Impending midterms, 8-page reports, and other tedious assignments afflict us college students. The month of March is infamously the time for these ominous tasks to consume our every waking minute, whether it be physically completing the task or...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 4

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Let me be employed by thee or laid aside for thee, exalted for thee or brought low for thee. What does God call us to do? One time I was meditating in my room when I found out that the 60% I had gotten on a test was not going to be curved and I now had no hope of getting an A in the class. It...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 3

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Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will Put me to doing, put me to suffering The story of Jonah comes to my mind as I meditate on these lines. This is one of those stories that gets put away in the back of my brain with campfire songs and nursery rhymes. It’s easy to give the...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 2

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I am no longer my own, but thine. Put me to what thou wilt, rank me with whom thou wilt. Like many of you, I live in a shared space. My roommates and I have our own bedrooms and bathrooms, but share the living room and kitchen. Those areas do not belong to me, but to the apartment...

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Covenant Prayer Lenten Devotional: Week 1

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On December 31, 2017, I found myself celebrating the soon-to-be-new year of 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee, with Chris Sheldon, before the Wesley’s winter mission trip in that City of the Blues. It was, as far as I can remember, the first time I had welcomed in a new year in a public...

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