The Sermon on the Mount: Day 27

Grace Day

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Today's Text: Revelation 3:19-20

Take this day as an opportunity to catch up on your reading, pray, and rest in the presence of the Lord.

As many as I love, I rebuke and discipline. So be zealous and repent. See! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me.
- Revelation 3:19-20

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  • Joey Vadala

    Love this

  • Good to find an expert who knows what he’s tanlkig about!

  • Lord, let my heart be open to your discipline, to rejoice in your rebuke. My nature compels me to turn away, yet I know you discipline those you love as a mother to her child. Let me turn back to your loving arms and feel your embrace, your grace.

  • I am in need of his grace daily. I mess up daily. I’m so grateful that my Jesus loves me) right where I’m at. It’s from Jesus that I get my strength . Off to my morning run where I can sing and talk to my Jesus and reflect and sort things out.

  • Every Saturday I open up my SRT app, weary from the week. Tired from being up all night with babies. Heavy with many burdens. And a small miracle happens that says “today is about grace” to me every weekend. This small gesture tells me God sees me. Offers me grace even in a season of unending work and labor. I’m so thankful for His grace every day, but Saturday’s are special to me. :)

  • Sometimes I find myself as one of the Laodiceans thinking I am ok. No even more than ok. I’m smart. I’m right I’ve got it together. At those times Jesus knocks at my door reminding me of the truth. Without Him I am poor and needy and probably in need of training in true strength and righteousness.
    Thank you for this verse. As I reflect on the work week behind me and prepare for corporate worship with saints of God tomorrow I appreciate the reminder and the focus.

  • churchmouse

    Lord,
    Your rebuke and discipline are proofs of Your love. Let me not resist Your correction ; rather, let me embrace it and be grateful for it. May I be so zealous for Your love that I repent readily. May my relationship with You be paramount.
    Amen.

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