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April 7 - 13, 2024

1. Thank the LORD for his redemptive intervention in our culture of death and decay. Levitical law portrayed the nasty contagion of sin and our consequent alienation from God. Ask any Levitical priest: Does holiness transfer upon contact with the unholy? Of course not! Does the uncleanness of death transfer to all it touches? Most definitely it does! And that sad fact illustrates the one-way, downward-spiraling moral predicament of humanity. The dead and defiled cannot find acceptance with the living and true God. Neither is any of us in a position to heal, cleanse, or in any way “fix” himself. If we’re ever to be raised from death to life, healed of our infirmities, and cleansed of our sin, it must come to pass through the gracious touch of Christ Jesus. He was made sin on our behalf, that we might be made the righteousness of God in him (2 Cor. 5:21). Haggai 2:10-14

2. Pray for the grace to abandon all trust in oneself for recovery from our predicament of pollution, instead placing all our trust for deliverance in Christ Jesus alone, the heaven-appointed Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.

Weekly prayer prompts are written by Rev. Jonathan Leach,

a former PPL Board member.

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