Day 14

Weekly Truth



Psalm 63:1

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’ll memorize a verse we read together after Leah’s story on day 12. Written by David, Psalm 63:1 is an encouragement to us that we can cry out to God in every circumstance.

God, you are my God; I eagerly seek you.
I thirst for you;
my body faints for you
in a land that is dry, desolate, and without water.
—Psalm 63:1

Save the image below as a lock screen for your phone so you can read these words throughout the day.

Post Comments (10)

10 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Ashley Thomas says:

    The sermon at my church today was about praying, specifically, praying like Jesus. It’s not recorded in the Bible what Jesus prays when it mentions he is praying. When we pray, we tend to do – couple of things: give thanks, and ask for help. My pastor pointed out it isn’t really important what we are praying- it’s what are we hearing. Jesus was listening to God when he prayed. They had a very deep relationship, one where talking wasn’t always necessary. I urge you today in your thirst for God to simply say “lord Jesus” and listen in silence. God often spoke to people in the Bible while they were sleeping… because they weren’t talking, their bodies and minds were at rest, ready to listen. Sometimes we are praying and praying for something, but God is waiting for us to listen to Him about something else. Lord Jesus, God, I am listening.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *