Coming from a Midwestern Protestant tradition, Lent never meant much to me. That was something the Catholics observed. They apparently saw it as an occasion to abstain from certain foods or pleasures. Later I learned there was a deeper purpose, to repent from sin and consecrate oneself to God. The season is not observed as special in Quaker tradition, where turning from evil and doing God’s Will are asked of us daily. Nevertheless I am reminded of an historic parable beyond that found in the Gospels, one that continues to speak to me over the years.
The Sunday prior to Easter is called Palm Sunday. It is meant to celebrate when Jesus entered into Jerusalem prior to his crucifixion. It must have been a spectacular sight as people gathered and threw items of clothing and greenery on the path. No doubt the site of Jesus riding into the city on…
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