As a former fundamental Baptist, this is only my second year of observing Lent. Lent, when I was growing up, was one of those things that Catholics do because they don’t really believe in Jesus (I don’t think most Baptist preachers actually know any Catholics) and so they are enslaved to law and to rules and boundaries.
I thought, as a Baptist, that I was so lucky to not be enslaved to rules like those Catholics were.
Funny, considering the fact that when I was thinking this, I likely had on a skirt that had to go past the bottom of knee and a shirt that passed the “two-finger” test. I probably wore a silver ring on my left hand that bore the words “True Love Waits.”
Sitting their with a beam in my own eye, judging the Catholics and their Lent, I could not see how bound to rules…
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