Lent is a time to reflect on what Jesus has done for us, to restore, renew, and repair our relationship with God. The commonly recommended practices for such restoration are prayer, fasting and giving to charity with a focus on experiencing a bit of what Jesus sacrificed for our sake.
Jesus wouldn’t depend on the world’s concepts of self-fulfillment, astonishing stories, or unlimited power, which are some of the temptations we face at work. These temptations reveal the worldly temptations Jesus resisted, and based on them, I’d like to spotlight a few unusual Lenten practices to use in your working life with Jesus’s sacrifices in mind.
Once again, I’m writing for the Institute of Faith, Work and Economics and please click here to read the rest of the article.
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