Day 14

Weekly Truth

Romans 15:7

BY She Reads Truth

Memorizing Scripture is one of the best ways to carry God-breathed truth, instruction, and reproof wherever we go.

In this study of hospitality we are memorizing Romans 15:5-7, a passage that focuses on glorifying God and living in harmony with one another. This week we will memorize verse 7.  

Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.
—Romans 15:7 

Write this passage down and post it on your mirror or at your desk, in your car or on the fridge—anywhere you’ll see it often. Save the image below as your phone’s lock screen so you can read these words of truth throughout the day.

We want to be a community that is intentional about Scripture memorization. Will you join us?4-MakingRoom-2

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17 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Chay says:

    I have known for quite some time that I’m an introvert. However, as I mature and seek to be a positive example of Christianity to my friends and family, I have begun to reach out for fellowship and to provide fellowship. It is not easy. And when I do “put myself out there” I am sometimes rejected. It seems so odd to me, to see people having regular weekend BBQ’s and dinner parties, how do they begin to cultivate those relationships? I spend a lot of time in prayer over this and hope that God will bless me with a network of extended family. This study has helped me to remain steadfast, to keep putting myself out there because I do it out of love. And even if it’s rejected, it’s love just the same. And that’s the best I can do – to put more love out there.

    1. Jodi says:

      God bless you for putting yourself out there. I pray that you don’t ever stop trying. I pray that the rejections are not harsh or upsetting, maybe they are just God’s way of gently leading you and teaching you that all you need is Him and once you are fully comfortable in the solid knowledge of that all the other stuff, relationships and everything that goes with it will fall into place. Keep getting your feet wet, stepping out of the boat in the name of Jesus is always a blessing to Him, even if we don’t see it. God’s blessings over your next adventure!!

  2. Ani_KS says:

    wow…. I needed to hear this tonight. so much. I have been tense because of family members who rub me the wrong way sometimes, turning me into a guilt ridden mess, snapping at my husband and frustrated. I gave it up to God and said I can’t do this alone. and then I open the app and see this on the last day. thank you Lord, thank you SRT. it has been a great first study for me and I look forward to more

  3. Cynthia says:

    Love each and every study but, this one is so timely! During this study I discovered many in our church plant are feeling starved for fellowship. I felt convicted to open our home to other couples for food,fellowship,fun and prayer. We started today and plan to meet weekly. Please pray for God to build community into our lives and may we be a refuge for those in need. Thank you,SRT community, for challenging me to grow as I make room for life sharing with you all!

  4. Barb says:

    I treasure these studies. I’m pretty new here with SRT studies. What I appreciate the most abt these studies is how Christ-focused they are. Some devotional are me-focused and while it’s good to reflect, be convicted, and grow etc., Christ must always be first because everything flows out of that. Thank you! I really enjoyed the worksheets in the book to help me process/apply the scripture more thoroughly and I hope to continue to see those worksheets in future studies. :-)

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