We’re into the second week of Lent now. How is it going? Have there been slips? Chances are, there have been some … As they say so often at meetings: “Where to from here?”

At the third station of the Cross, we reflect on the first fall of Jesus. Though it’s not recorded as such in Scripture, it’s certain there were moments on the Calvary Road when Jesus collapsed beneath the uninvited and equally undeserved weight of the cross.

Falls are uncomfortable and unsettling. The ground is never welcome and we prefer to be on our feet. The fall has its place though, it reminds us of our fragility and weakness. It speaks to us of seeking help and support that feet may be found again. There’s a need to reach out to others – to God – for guidance. The helping hand is never more welcome.

So, on this Second Sunday of Lent, fallen or not let us trust in the “helping hand” and not be afraid to seek its gentle and guiding way.

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