Day 20

Grace Day

from the Job reading plan


Job 38:19–24

BY She Reads Truth

Use this day to pray, rest, and reflect on this week’s reading. Each Saturday, we will read a section from God’s response to Job in chapter 38.

“Where is the road to the home of light?
Do you know where darkness lives,
so you can lead it back to its border?
Are you familiar with the paths to its home?
Don’t you know? You were already born;
you have lived so long!
Have you entered the place where the snow is stored?
Or have you seen the storehouses of hail,
which I hold in reserve for times of trouble,
for the day of warfare and battle?
What road leads to the place where light is dispersed?
Where is the source of the east wind that spreads across the earth?”

Job 38:19–24

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24 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Beth Hinson says:

    God you are the dwelling of the light, but not even the darkness can overcome you. You are omnipotent, mighty, loving, and patient.

  2. Steph C says:

    “There is a God and I am not Him”. This is the first line of a meditation I wrote when I wanted nothing to do with God. I finally realized that I could not deny His existence any longer. Now, He is my loving Father. But that does not change the fact that He deserves my awe, respect, and worship.

    1. Christina Zoba says:

      ❤️

  3. Zoe Gajownik says:

    After the first anxiety attack that I’ve had since 2015 I think it’s time to get back on a She Reads Truth plan… Job is such a good place to start. Lost everything he had and got double of it back because he was faithful. Trying to stay faithful today. ♥️

  4. Sarah D. says:

    Brandi and Mari V, thank you so much for your prayers, I really appreciate it! So incredibly thankful for the opportunity to go. Will definitely keep you all updated once I get there.

  5. Sarah D. says:

    Lori Wat That’s awesome! It is in Oahu! It’s called Sea Life Park Hawaii. I’ll definitely check out Facebook and Craigslist, thank you! :)

  6. Kaitlin Chappell Rogers says:

    “The home of light.” I love this so much. Darkness, no matter how dark, never wins!

  7. Amber Rahill says:

    Love this. So good.

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