Devotional March 14

Scripture Reading: Galatians 2:20

“I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.”


Galatians 2:20 is a profound declaration of the transformative impact of Christ’s sacrifice on our lives. As we ponder these words, we are reminded that our identity is no longer defined by self-centered pursuits but by a surrendered life in Christ. The Fourth Week of Lent provides a strategic pause to assess the extent to which we have crucified our old selves and embraced the new life found in Christ.

Moreover, this scripture challenges us to examine the foundation of our daily living. Living by faith in the Son of God implies a continual reliance on Christ’s love and sacrifice. It prompts us to consider the motivations behind our actions and decisions. As we meditate on Galatians 2:20, let us intentionally align our lives with the reality that it is Christ who lives in us. May this Lenten season be a time of renewed surrender, recognizing that the life we now live is rooted in faith and gratitude for the sacrificial love of Christ.


Lord Jesus, as we reflect on Galatians 2:20, may our old selves be crucified with you. Help us to embrace the new life that comes from living in faith and surrender to the Son of God who loved us. May our motivations and actions align with your will, and may this Lenten season be marked by a deepened commitment to live in the reality of your sacrificial love. Amen.

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