Each day we will select an extract from the Narnia novels, The Screwtape Letters or Mere Christianity, combined with a Bible passage (not necessarily restricted to Luke’s gospel), something to think about, a prayer, and an action (usually from @40Acts).
We’d love it, if you’re blogging, that you draw attention to other resources online that we can also connect with.
King Caspian has died. Aslan has asked Eustace to drive a thorn into his paw. “Then Eustace set his teeth and drove the thorn into the lion’s pad. And there came out a great drop of blood, redder than all redness that you have ever seen or imagined. And it splashed into the stream over the dead body of the King. At the same moment the doleful music stopped. And the dead King began to be changed.”
Bible: Hebrews 9:13-14 http://j.mp/hebrews9-1314
Think: As we head towards Easter, how does this scene resonate with you?
Pray: We thank you that you voluntarily came to remove the ‘doleful music’ and our earthly death from us.