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A Lenten Pilgrimage

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Come on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land during the season of Lent with this year’s edition of Presbyterians Today’s popular devotional guide. Scripture comes alive as daily meditations and color photographs take you to the places where Jesus lived and ministered and where followers of three major religions find their spiritual home.

Ruth Huizenga Everhart, a Presbyterian minister and author living in Sterling, Va., wrote these Lenten prayers and reflections following her own recent pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine.

She writes: “The gift of pilgrimage changed my faith. As a pilgrim, I felt Scripture seeping further down into my being. I came to realize that being a pilgrim is not about traveling to a particular place as much as immersing oneself in the Spirit-filled past so it can infuse our present.”

This Lenten guide, perfect for congregations, families or personal devotional use, contains Scripture readings, meditations and prayers for each day of Lent, concluding with Easter Sunday. Full-color photos of Holy Land sites enhance the readings.

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  • What a pretty piece this turned out to be! Thanks for letting me write the copy. My hope is that it will be a useful tool for people who want to go deeper spiritually this Lent. by Ruth Everhart on 01/03/2012 at 4:36 p.m.

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