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 White says:

    Love this. I hope you all have a great week! Love, Ashley ❤️

  2. Ashley White says:


  3. Liz A says:

    Praying hard for an ex boyfriend who has been searching for God but can’t seem to get past his own personal hangups from childhood. Please pray with me that God would open his eyes & soften his heart to see who our Heavenly Father truly is.

  4. Angie says:

    My mother and father-in-law are godly people and will have been married 60 years in May. A week ago today she had emergency surgery where they found stage 3 colon cancer. It has been both a difficult and meaningful week. Their love for Christ and each other was witnessed by all who came into contact with them.

    Our scripture for today, “For the Son of Man has come to seek and to save the lost…” I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that seeds were planted through her suffering this week. It causes me to stop and consider: when in my life may a difficulty be an opportunity for God to be glorified? How will that change my attitude, actions, and reactions?

    Today all the siblings and spouses met in her hospital room, prayed, and sang the Lauren Daigle version of, It is Well. Lauren changed the chorus a little, it says:

    It is well
    It is well
    Through the storm
    I am held
    It is well
    It is well
    With my soul
    It is well
    It is well
    God has won
    Christ prevailed
    It is well
    It is well
    With my soul

    Thank you Lord Jesus for your life given to redeem.

  5. Steph C says:

    “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” (Lk 19:10). Thank you Father for seeking and saving this lost soul.

  6. Dorothy says:

    Ashley I am praying for your recovery.
    Sarina I am praying for your family, I know what it is like to have teens question God after a death. After my oldest son died my youngest son and my niece and nephew — all of who went to church regularly — questioned why God would have let him die at such a young age (18 years old) and they have strayed from the church. My sister and I pray regularly for them to come back but it has to be their choice. I don’t know why God does what He does but I do know that my belief in God, Christ and the Holy Ghost will not cease because of this.
    LizzieB85 thanks for the tip, I too struggle with getting up on Sundays.

    My sisters in Christ please pray for me, I’m wanting to go on an inter-generational mission trip with my church but am wonder if I should due to health reasons. My main health reason that I am concerned about is my restless leg syndrome. But I also have back problems. Have wonderful and blessed Sunday.

  7. Mari V says:

    I once was lost and now I’m found. I’ll never forget the day. I was found Cinco de Mayo 1984 when I heard the Amy Grant song: Look What has Happened to Me.

  8. Ashley P says:

    Sarah D, praying for you! I understand how that feels. A year ago, at 28, I finally did a round of intense medication that helped a lot, but the journey before and during it was so hard. Even now, my skin is much improved but not 100% and I still have hard days where I, too, feel ugly and embarrassed. Praying and meditating on God’s love and kindness, along with who he says I am, helps. I’m praying for you and me both to have that security and confidence as we trust in God and choose to believe that we are who he says we are. Hugs!

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