I’m back for Lenten Readings

Wow, it’s been 4+ years. I left to focus on finishing my PhD, which I did finish, and am now going to start up again (here’s your chance to unsubscribe if you don’t want to receive this to your inbox).

I thought I’d start with one of my favorite forms of writing, though I will be changing things up this time around in other respects. To begin, though, I’m going back to the Lenten daily readings. Over the next six weeks I’ll follow the calendar below. Each post will link to the corresponding reading with a brief(ish) commentary. As always, discussion on the blog page is encouraged:

March 6

Ash Wednesday

Mark 1:1-15

March 7

Mark 1: 16-28

March 8

Mark 1:29-45

March 9

Mark 2:1-12

March 10

Mark 2:13-22

March 11

Mark 2:23-3:6

March 12

Mark 3:7-19

March 13

Mark 3:20-35

March 14

Mark 4:1-20

March 15

Mark 4:21-34

March 16

 

Mark 4:35-41

March 17

Mark 5:1-20

March 18

Mark 5:21-34

March 19

Mark 5:35-43

March 20

Mark 6:1-13

March 21

Mark 6:14-29

March 22

Mark 6:30-44

March 23

Mark 6:45-56

March 24

Mark 7:1-23

March 25

Mark 7:24-37

March 26

Mark 8:1-13

March 27

Mark 8:14-26

March 28

Mark 8:27-9:1

March 29

Mark 9:2-13

March 30

Mark 9:14-29

March 31

Mark 9:30-50

April 1

Mark 10:1-12

April 2

Mark 10:13-31

April 3

Mark 10:32-45

April 4

Mark 10:46-56

April 5

Mark 11:1-11

April 6

Mark 11:12-25

April 7

Mark 11:27-33

April 8

Mark 12:1-12

April 9

Mark 12:13-27

April 10

Mark 12:28-34

April 11

Mark 12:35-44

April 12

Mark 13:1-37 (long reading)

April 13

Mark 14:1-11

April 14

Palm Sunday

Mark 14:12-26

April 15

Mark 14:27-42

April 16

Mark 14:43-65

April 17

Mark 14: 66-72

April 18

Maundy Thursday

Mark 15:1-20

April 19

Good Friday

Mark 15:21-41

April 20

Holy Saturday

Mark 15:42-47

April 21

Easter Sunday

Mark 16:1-8

  1 comment for “I’m back for Lenten Readings

  1. Michelle Little
    March 5, 2019 at 9:41 pm

    so excited!!!

    Michelle Sent from my iPhone

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