Day 28

Weekly Truth

from the Luke reading plan


Luke 19:10

BY She Reads Truth

Scripture is God-breathed and true. When we memorize it, we carry the gospel with us wherever we go.

This week we will memorize the key verse for the book of Luke.

“For the Son of Man has come to seek and to save the lost.”
Luke 19:10

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21 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Ashley says:

    I have always had my faith and in our savior Jesus but this passage really calls to me especially these last couple of weeks. “For the Son Of man has come to seek and save the most.” Being a new mom and now a working mom I have struggled with spending time reading the word. I have felt such a strong pull to be more involved and to be studying the Bible daily. Here I am doing that also awaiting my new SRT bible in the mail. So thankful for to be able to connect here with other women. Many blessings to you all this coming week.

  2. Rebecca Qualls says:

    We are here to build the kingdom of God! Let’s get building ladies!

  3. Sarah D. says:

    Prayers appreciated friends…I have not be speaking kindly towards myself lately…to be honest, I feel ugly. My skin is acting up and I wish it wasn’t. I can’t wait for the day when I don’t have to wear concealer over my imperfections. Please pray that I would remember who God says I am…and to still be confident in Him, even when I don’t feel confident. Even when I feel insecure in myself, pray that I would be confident in who He says I am and let that shine through me.

    1. Mari V says:

      Dear Jesus, I pray for Sarah. You love her very much. Please remind her that she is your BEAUTIFUL creation. And in your eyes we have no imperfections. Amen.

    2. Jordan Riddle says:

      Sarah, I’ve been in that same place. It’s crazy what the enemy can take to make us feel less than. In that season, I was disconnected from my physical appearance in many ways. It’s still a struggle, but I was challenged on where I sourced my self-worth and that began relieving the isolation I was experiencing. My skin was acting up in ways I’d never experienced and mentally, I was exhausted from covering my blemishes. My esteem took a dip from the thoughts I assumed society was having about my appearance. I just wanted to stay home and hide until it all passed. It was during that time that God began speaking to me differently — The scars left behind pale in comparison to the mark He has placed on His daughter. Through the Son, I need not cover myself or hide anything for I am redeemed and have direct access to God. In Him, I will find true rest and if I fill my cup with Him, the worlds thoughts will have no room.

  4. Lizzieb85 says:

    Wanda, the short answer would be that Satan is trying to get you to not go. Or at least put you in a mood to not be receptive to the worship, fellowship, & message.
    It’s a struggle, time-wise, for our family to get out the door & not be cranky on Sundays. I’ve started praying every Saturday night that God would protect our time & attitudes. You can pray He will protect your mind.

    1. Mari V says:

      I really like your response Lizzie to pray the night before and pray for God to protect our time and attitudes. Many times for me it’s not that I don’t want to go. Its that I’m just so tired, I’m always on the go because I am single parenting, and yes I have streamed it live at times. But there is nothing like being there in person in the fellowship of other believers. That’s what gets me up and going.

  5. Anne says:

    Thank you Jesus for always loving us,always calling us back to forgive us. Thank you for never changing.

  6. Wanda Smith says:

    The struggle is real. Can anyone help me understand why, every Sunday, I struggle with going to church. Sometimes it feels like two separate people are in my head. Does any relate to this?

    1. Alexis Maycock says:

      I can relate Wanda. Having grown up in church and attending church all of my childhood and a majority of my adult life

    2. Alexis Maycock says:

      I can relate. Having grown up in the church and spent most of my adult life serving in some capacity. I found going to church became like going to a job. Sometimes all the pomp and circumstance left me draining. So instead of struggling I just choose to commit to once or twice a month of a Sunday. The other Sundays I livestream my church’s service, rest. spend time in my word, and enjoy the Sabbath. I still tithe and I still attend church social events: bible study, women’s conferences, etc. But I don’t force myself to go every Sunday and I have found that works for my household and I.

  7. Churchmouse says:

    Seeking and saving. That is our Jesus’ super power.

  8. Tina says:

    Amen.

    Raising an Hallelujah for the One who came to fight for me.. one who was lost..

    But God..

    He found me.
    He found me.
    He found me.

    And He saved me.

    He saved me.

    Raising an Hallelujah for the One who came to find and save me..

    All PRAISE to you O Lord..

    Amen..

    Happy Sunday. May Blessings overflow for you my sisters …

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