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As we enter the season of Lent this week, be sure to include LHM's seasonal devotions, The Marks of Love, in your and your family's time of reflection. Written by LHM's Theological Writer Dr. Kari Vo, these messages, centered on the Gospel of Mark, will richly enhance your time spent in God's Word this Lent. A Spanish version is also available: Las marcas del amor.

Vo reminds her readers that God is always here for us. She writes, "Jesus is proof that God can handle us, all of us—the good, the bad, and the ugly. He can take our desperation, our fear, our doubt, our anger. He will not give up on us because we offend His delicate ears. We can spill our hearts out at His feet, knowing that the same God who once hung on that cross will show us everlasting love, mercy, and help. He died for us and rose from the grave for us. Now He calls us to bring our every need to Him—however we word it."

You can read or listen to The Marks of Love, beginning Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021. It can also be received as a daily e-mail during Lent. Churches are encouraged to download, personalize, and print them for congregational use or as an outreach tool for visitors. The audio version will be available on the Daily Devotion page, beginning February 17. Rev. Dr. Jason Broge, director of Design and Development, does the readings. You can find these devotions by clicking here.

Las marcas del amor will be available to read online or to receive as a daily e-mail throughout Lent, beginning on February 17, too. Audio will also be accessible on that day with Rev. Hector Hoppe reading the texts. Spanish Lenten devotions can be downloaded and printed for personal use or group sharing. You can find LHM's devotions in Spanish by clicking here.

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