A People of Remembrance

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John 6:47-58, Matthew 26:26-29, Exodus 12:1-3, Exodus 12:7-13, Exodus 12:21-28, 1 Corinthians 10:16-17, 1 Corinthians 11:17-29, Psalm 34:8

Since 2012, She Reads Truth has maintained a singular mission: to be women in the Word of God every day. Ten years later, our community includes “Shes” from across the globe, but our mission hasn’t changed.

Reading Scripture together is the centerpiece of what we do at She Reads Truth. As we spend time as a community reading This Is The Church, we encourage you to start by reading the daily Scripture on your  own. Then join us here to engage and encourage one another as we respond to what we’ve read. Each day for this series, we’ll include a brief summary of the reading along with a prompt for conversation.

The Lord’s Supper (also known as the Eucharist or Communion) was established by Jesus when He observed the Passover meal with His disciples. The Lord’s Supper proclaims the gospel to ourselves and to one another.

Discussion Question: What attributes of God do you notice in today’s reading? 

Take time to reflect on your Scripture reading and today’s question. Share what you are learning with others in the community in the comments. 

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84 thoughts on "A People of Remembrance"

  1. Saicha Crawford says:

    Hello She’s! I was reminded in today’s reading that Jesus is the Bread of Life and satisfies our hunger pains into all humanity. I so appreciated today’s reading as a reminder of what communion means and how it connects to Passover. So good!

  2. Melissa Mcronney says:


  3. Kylie Belshe says:

    He is so compassionate to make a way for us to come to Him and have relationship with Him. And when we partake of the Lords supper we get to remember His goodness, compassion, and the sacrifice He made.

  4. Cindy Hanna says:

    Loved the example Lexi. I was struck by the inclusion of the Exodus passage where they had to be dressed , ready for travel with sandals on their feet and staff in hand ready for the Lord’s Passover. This brought to mind all the times I’ve partaken of communion and how Jesus is the Passover lamb that I am filling myself with. I guess that means I am most focused on his coming

  5. Amy EB says:

    I noticed God’s faithfulness in today’s reading. Our pastor is Jewish and on Good Friday he taught us about Passover and the Seder meal. There is so much symbolism to remind us of the Lord’s covenant with Israel. They were saved by the blood of the lamb. But it was just a precursor to the new covenant between God and his people when Jesus came to be the perfect and blameless lamb who died for our sins. And we still take communion to remind us of his blood spilled for us and the salvation offered to us. God is faithful to keep the covenants with His people and to make a way for our salvation.

  6. Tasha Adams says:

    Love, grace, compassion, forgiveness.

  7. Adrianne says:

    I saw that God was so entrenched in his Son that Jesus made sure that his disciples knew that even in the present of times that the times of old must be recognized. Event with a new covenant being established with Jesus, he wanted the Church to acknowledge the covenant of old. That God was with his people then and now.

  8. Patricia Patton says:

    Thank you Lexi B. This helped me.