During this Lenten season I am taking time to reflect on my life and how I can be closer to God. I am not giving up something like my old usual (sweets well technically I still am since I gave those up Jan 1st) instead I am taking on something. My Lenten goal is to help one person everyday through Jesus.
For instance I might bring lunch to my elderly neighbors, or call a friend I’ve lost touch with, or even help a stranger when in need. It may be a little thing but if I can help or am move actively helping someone I think this is more powerful during Lent than just giving up sweets. These are all things I plan to do each day.
Of course I might will fail at times, but I will try to be a good steward through Jesus eyes and hopefully this will become a routine part of my day so that I can continue it through out the year.
Amy at The Finer Things in Life wrote a wonderful Lenten Season post which includes her vision of the Lenten season as a time for reflection.
If you curious about exactly what the Lenten Season is Hallee @ Hallee the Homemaker wrote a wonderful definition.
As part of Lent we are asked to fast from eating meat on Ash Wednesday and every Friday during lent.
So I thought I would post some of our favorite Lenten Season Meals (or any time meals)
Seared Tuna with Mango Salsa (if I can talk my Dad into giving me more fresh tuna)
What have you decided to do for Lent this year? Do you have any favorite Lenten Season meals?
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