Lent – Gospel in Life



What is Lent? The word “Lent” comes from the Old English word “lengten,” which simply means “spring” — when the days lengthen and new life springs forth. It is a time in which we anticipate the victory of the light and life of Christ over the darkness of sin and death. It is, to borrow a phrase from C.S. Lewis, a season of a kind of “happiness and wonder that makes you serious.” It is our prayer that as you journey with us from Ash Wednesday to Easter, you would be reminded of the reality of our broken humanity, but as days grow brighter, you would experience with greater abundance the reality of God’s redeeming grace. And so, just as we carefully prepare for big events in our personal lives, such as a wedding or commencement, Lent invites us to make our hearts ready for remembering Jesus’ death and resurrection.

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Lent Day 1: The Dust (Wed, Feb 14)

Lent Day 2: The Bow (Thu, Feb 15)

Lent Day 3: The Darkness (Fri, Feb 16)

Lent Day 4: The Test (Sat, Feb 17)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 5: The Lion (Mon, Feb 19)

Lent Day 6: The Passover (Tue, Feb 20)

Lent Day 7: The Prayer (Wed, Feb 21)

Lent Day 8: The Priest (Thu, Feb 22)

Lent Day 9: The House (Fri, Feb 23)

Lent Day 10: The King (Sat, Feb 24)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 11: The Son (Mon, Feb 26)

Lent Day 12: The Stone (Tue, Feb 27)

Lent Day 13: The Scorn (Wed, Feb 28)

Lent Day 14: The Appeal (Thu, Feb 29)

Lent Day 15: The Forsaken (Fri, Mar 1)

Lent Day 16: The Champion (Sat, Mar 2)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 17: The Name (Mon, Mar 4)

Lent Day 18: The Chosen Servant (Tue, Mar 5)

Lent Day 19: The Servant Israel (Wed, Mar 6)

Lent Day 20: The Sinless Servant (Thu, Mar 7)

Lent Day 21: The Suffering Servant (Fri, Mar 8)

Lent Day 22: The Waters (Sat, Mar 9)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 23: The Spirit (Mon, Mar 11)

Lent Day 24: The Branch (Tue, Mar 12)

Lent Day 25: The Good Shepherd (Wed, Mar 13)

Lent Day 26: The Treasure of the Nations (Thu, Mar 14)

Lent Day 27: The Coming King (Fri, Mar 15)

Lent Day 28: The Mourning (Sat, Mar 16)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 29: The Lamb (Mon, Mar 18)

Lent Day 30: The Fast (Tue, Mar 19)

Lent Day 31: The Leper (Wed, Mar 20)

Lent Day 32: The Adulteress (Thu, Mar 21)

Lent Day 33: The Call (Fri, Mar 22)

Lent Day 34: The Prediction (Sat, Mar 23)

Sunday (Sabbath)


Lent Day 35: The Anointing (Mon, Mar 25)

Lent Day 36: The Cleansing (Tue, Mar 26)

Lent Day 37: The Plot (Wed, Mar 27)

Lent Day 38: The Washing (Thu, Mar 28)

Lent Day 39: The Cross (Fri, Mar 29)

Lent Day 40: The Grave (Sat, Mar 30)


This devotional was originally created and compiled by Redeemer Presbyterian Church staff as daily content sent to congregants during the 40 days of Lent. Daily readings begin in Genesis and journey through the entire Scriptures, from the law to the prophets to the New Testament, showing that all Scripture is about Jesus and culminates in his life, death and resurrection. As you make this annual Lent pilgrimage, may these daily readings provide timely refreshment and renewed hope.



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