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Coming to Christ on the Way to the Cross by Raymond A. Foss

Not on the Emmaus Road
Christ coming upon the disciples
the risen Christ, Easter morning
comforting their troubled souls

We are coming to Christ
joining him, walking with our master
choosing to follow the Christ
on the way to the cross

In this season of Lent
slowing our pace,
conformed to our savior
walking with the Christ

Where he will lead us
what we will learn on the way
trusting in our savior
through the narrow gate to God

March 1, 2010
Luke 24:13-35
Walk to Emmaus
Isaiah 55:1-9
Upper Room Disciplines for 2010
for March 1, 2010 to March 7, 2010,
“Invitations, Decisions, Repentance”,
by Mariellen Sawada Yoshino
for March 1, 2010

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