Day 20

Grace Day

from the Lent 2020: His Love Endures reading plan

John 11:25

BY She Reads Truth

Use this day to pray, rest, and reflect on this week’s reading, giving thanks for the grace that is ours in Christ.

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life.
The one who believes in me, even if he dies, will live.”
John 11:25

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47 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Monica says:

    I am also praying for you, Abigail.

  2. Laura Beth Peters says:

    Pretty wild scripture for today considering the state we all find ourselves with a spreading deadly virus. But God…

  3. Sondra Watson says:

    Our great God is completely in charge and no matter what “tools” Satan tries to use he is already defeated. Keep the faith and pray for revival.

  4. Latoya Wanser says:

    I’m reflecting on how this this virus is affecting our world. There is fear in the hearts of many. Doors of worship are being mandated to close and all so close to one of the best celebrations for all who believe… RESURRECTION SUNDAY.

    Today I pray for Satan to be put back in his place! He has no place in our hearts to bring fear. Fear is of the devil and it is a liar. Satan you have no place to close our church doors. You must be pretty proud of yourself right now. Thinking you have found a way to hinder the gospel.

    I pray for protection and clarity and for those who believe to step up and work even harder to further the gospel. We are the light of Jesus. Light destroys darkness! May we remember during this chaotic time the work we have been called to. May we remember our purpose. Most importantly may we remember that we serve the GOD we conquered the grave! He is on our side!!

  5. Parasa says:

    We pray for you Abigail. Please take care and continue to have trust on our Lord savior Jesus Christ.

  6. Churchmouse says:

    Certainly will pray for you, Abigail, and for all those especially susceptible to this virus. Children’s Hospital has not made any announcements about elective procedures so for now Julia is still scheduled for March 24. Our daughter and son in law are hoping to hear Monday that they can travel to Alabama – otherwise they will be on a travel ban until possibly May. Most of their belongings are on a truck already enroute to their house in Alabama. Those items will have to be put in storage until their arrival. It’s an unfortunate situation but they are together and have supportive friends. Like so many of us, they are making the best of their situation, trusting that God sees the bigger picture. We trust in His way and His timing. Praying for all of you, dear SRT friends. Thank you for praying for me and mine.

  7. Abigail Tarpley says:

    Hi sisters,
    I am located in Seattle, so there’s a lot of turmoil and uncertainty here. Churches are closed, libraries are closed, my office is closed, and I’m actually sick myself so I’m currently under quarantine. It’s lonely and scary, but I’m trying to take heart and have faith. I would sincerely appreciate prayers.

    1. Tess S says:

      Praying for a full recovery for you Abigail!

      1. Abigail Tarpley says:

        Thank you Tess!! It really doesn’t feel much worse than a cold, but the quarantine is so lonely and miserable. I appreciate the prayers.

      2. Kim Bayon says:

        Prayers to you

    2. Latoya Wanser says:

      Praying Sister!

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