STAY STRONG: THE FIRST TWO STATIONS
The Way of The Cross With Jon Leonetti • 9m 51s
In this first episode, Jon Leonetti breaks down the first two Stations of the Cross. Jon shares a memory of loss, and he introduces the theme of Stay Strong. As you watch this video reflect on the following questions.
1. When you are facing adversity and someone tells you to stay strong, what does that mean to you?
2. Jon sheds light on Jesus' condemnation to death in the First Station by reflecting on Jesus' prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane. What adversities and trials are you having to face? Are you returning to God in prayer to seek strength? Are you surrendering to God's will in times of adversity? When you reflect on the First Station remember how Jesus prepared for his trial before Pontius Pilot.
3. Reflecting on Jesus picking up his cross in the Second Station, Jon focuses on the weight of the cross. Are you feeling the weight of the crosses you have to carry? Are you feeling weak under that weight? When reflecting on the Second Station invite God to be your strength when you are feeling weak.
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