Grace Day

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Revelation 7:12

Text: Revelation 7:12

As we wrap up this time of thanksgiving to the Lord by reflecting on Psalms of Gratitude from His Word, let’s spend today meditating on this powerful verse from the book of Revelation.

May our prayers of thanks to God bring Him blessing and glory and honor forever and ever. Amen.

Amen! Blessing and glory and wisdom
and thanksgiving and honor
and power and strength
be to our God forever and ever. Amen.
-Revelation 7:12

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  1. Jessica Thomas says:

    That’s it, right there!! Amen!

  2. Susan says:

    Praying for you, Pam….

  3. Susan says:

    My granddaughter sent me this, and thought I would share…
    God bless the mother who has lost a part of herself now
    Her child is gone,and yet she knows
    She must go on somehow

    She will never be who she once was
    Before her child was taken.
    And some days she can’t help but feel
    Her heart has been forsaken.

    They say You give the hardest tasks
    To those You know are strong
    But her task is so painful,Lord
    …and one that lasts lifelong

    Please help her rise each time she falls,
    Give courage for her fears.
    To dry her endless tears

    Keep her close, within Your arms
    Each moment they’re apart
    Please give her comfort while she grieves..
    God soothe her aching heart
    Have angels hover ever near

    Lord, help each mother who has lost a child today. Help our hearts. Surround us with Your love today.

  4. PamC says:

    Happy Mother’s Day to all y’all. It’s a difficult one here as Mom passed Friday morning. I was crying in thanks & praise, as well heartbreak, as she passed because she was fighting for every breath. I was so grateful to God that her suffering ended, but so sad for myself to lose her.
    Thank you for your prayers. Rhonda, I loved your sharing of your mom. It touched me deeply.
    Praying through the requests as I catch up here. I have missed your presence on a daily basis this last couple of weeks.

  5. Lynne from Alabama says:

    Happy Mother’s Day to each of you whether you are a mother, want to be a mother, or have a mother )! That should cover everyone. I too am looking forward to Psalms of Rest. One month ago today was my last day at work and 24/7 caregiver duties have me exhausted. I pray for each of you and your needs every day! Love you sisters!

  6. Rhonda J. says:

    Good Morning She’s and Happy mother’s Day!!

    Hope you all have an amazing and blessed day. Will be thinking of our friend Traci Gendron, and others that this day brings some sorrow.

    @Lehua..I found it, sounds like a great, passionate business! It is so amazing when we know God blesses what we do for Him and to bless others! I was in the fitness field, and I definitely knew it was my calling! Then God led me to open my own little studio after a divorce and major back surgery, and a little 4 year old! It was such a fun, challenging, hard, exhauting, exhilarating road. I did finally become tired…and closed after 8 years…but still did some training a few select peeps! (I got married and moved, so it was all good!)

    Love God, love others, and be blessed!

  7. Michelle Patire says:

    Happy Mother’s Day!!! the majority of you I realize are mothers! :) May God bless your day with love and rest. May His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. Love you all! See you tomorrow at “Psalms of Rest!” Praying it is restorative to us all. Esp @Rhonda J, @Heidi, @Lehua & all you other Shes who feel weary or have been working so hard lately.

    I forget what I was listening to, but it wanna reminded me that in Genesis 1, the first full day Adam had on earth was God’s day of rest, after God was done creating everything. So Adam first rested in God, before he worked. That is something God reminded me of before I started being self-employed. That I was first His daughter, then His employee. Our work should flow from our resting in identity. Also, Scripture says in Genesis 1:5-
    “God called the light ‘day,’ and the darkness he called ‘night.’ And there was evening, and there was morning—the first day.”
    We slept and rested before we worked! Evening then morning! The pastor on the podcast talked about how the story was given to Israel by Moses after the Exodus. They needed to remember their identity in Christ before post Egyptian slavery.

    I’ve heard this before but I thought it was a fitting reminder to share with you all. Genesis is one of my favorite books in the Bible. It’s such a beautiful picture (prior to fall) of God’s heart to be near to us. I hope these words encourage you. God wants us to be willing to work for Him, but more importantly, He first wants us to be willing to rest and enjoy Him. This is why I love my Sabbath Fridays!!!