Jesus asked his disciples: “Who do you say I AM?” A question that sounds so simple, yet is more complicated than it might seem. There’s so much more to it.
This same question can also be asked of us today too. Who do we say Jesus is? Is he a prophet? A teacher? A deviant heretic who came to ruffle some feathers? The Son of God? Who do YOU say Jesus is?
This Lent 2021 we invite you all to study with us at home, and letting Jesus ask you this question everyday: “Who do you say I am?” through the daily focused readings. Each Sunday, here at the BCEC we will be introducing the week’s I AM statement during our Sunday sermons, and you’re invited to join in by meditating and chewing on it some more throughout the week. Each week, we’ll be looking at how Jesus said…
- “I AM the Bread of Life” (John 6:35)
- “I am the Light of the World” (John 8:12)
- “I am the Door of the Sheep” (John 10:7)
- “I am the Good Shepherd” (John 10:11)
- “I am the Resurrection and the Life” (John 11:25)
- “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life” (John 14:6)
- “I am the True Vine” (John 15:1)
Then the week leading up to Easter, we’ll be following the footsteps of Jesus as he was led to the cross and really demonstrated just how much he loves us.
Starting Sunday 14th February, and finishing on Easter Sunday 4th April, we’d love for you to join with us on this 50-day devotional journey.
There are daily readings, questions and application prompts, and weekly fun task suggestions to do with your household/family! There’s something for everyone!
We have a hashtag #BCEC50daysLentIAM you can use if you ever want to share and post something on social media, which will allow us all to engage with other brothers and sisters online.
Please share this resource with others who you think may benefit from delving into God’s word this Lent.
There are several versions to download, to best suit your preferences:
Ideal for large screens such as tablets or computers.
PDF Large Print Version:
Ideal for those wanting basic text, no frills and formatting.
Great for tablets or computers.
Printable Booklet Version:
Ideal for those who want a paper version, to print out at home on A4 paper.
ESV printable booklet
2021 Lent ESV Printable Booklet pdf (57 downloads)
NLT printable booklet 2021 Lent NLT Printable Booklet pdf (74 downloads)
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These resources are free for you to enjoy, and this is only made possible thanks to your generous financial support to our church, especially during the lockdown season.
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