on April 1, 2010 in Ze Bloggy Goodness with 3 comments by

From here on out, I’m thinkin’ we’ll just do the Holy Week scriptures.

Cause really. When it all comes down to it, these are what matters.

Not dumb stories about the YMCA [though I will tell you that I called myself “chubby” in front of Travis Stork. Sheesh.] or about my foot or anything else that I have to say.

That’s not what this week is about.

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[My grandmother always called it Maundy Thursday and I thought she said “Monday Thursday.” I don’t know what that has to do with anything. You’re welcome.]

1. The Last Supper

2. Jesus comforts His disciples

3. Jesus’ high priestly prayer

4. Gethsemane


  1. Jay LeCroy
    posted on Apr 01, 2010 at 5:57 AM  |  reply

    Annie, your blogs make my mornings. Well; that, Bailey and coffee!

  2. posted on Apr 01, 2010 at 11:19 PM  |  reply

    How DO you say Maunday Thurday?
    We’ve always said it “Maawwwwnday” because I’m pretty sure that’s how Jesus said it.

  3. posted on Apr 02, 2010 at 7:15 AM  |  reply

    Do you know what Maundy means? It’s Middle English for Maunde – meaning “washing the feet of the poor”. They did this in remembrance of Jesus washing the feet of the disciples, of course. I heard a worship leader yesterday say that the “complete Easter celebration” is in three parts – Maundy Thursday to commemorate the Last Supper, Jesus serving others and the prayer in the garden; Good Friday commemorating His sacrificial death; and Easter Sunday commemorating His resurrected life. If you only worship for one part (as most people do – just Easter Sunday), you’ve missed two-thirds of the complete Easter experience. Wow. I’ve missed two thirds a lot. I’m not missing it this year.

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