15 Things You Should Do For Lent This Season
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15 Things You Should Do For Lent This Season

Lent is so much more than going to fish fry's and giving up eating your favorite candy.

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Lent is so much more than going to fish fry's and giving up eating your favorite candy for the season. Lent is a time of reflection. It is a time to better yourself in thanks for all that God has done. Typically around this time of the year, you and your friends talk about the things you're going to give up and how hard it is going to be. But what are the good things you are going to do this Lenten season? The things that will actually make an impact? Here is a list of things you can do to get you started!

1. Stop gossiping

2. Try not to lie

3. Don't be jealous

4. Do community service

5. Pray more

6. Say thank you more

7. Say I love you more

8. Say I'm sorry more

9. Say I forgive you more

10. Perform a random act of kindness once a day

11. Donate to the less fortunate

12. Fasting

13. Write a journal about self-improvement

14. Read parts of the Bible

15. Reflect more

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