Grace Day

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Isaiah 12:2

Take this day to catch up on your reading, pray, and rest in the presence of the Lord.

Indeed, God is my salvation;
I will trust him and not be afraid.
—Isaiah 12:2

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  1. Anjenae Torregano says:

    God has been my silver lining for so long, giving me continued strength and understanding, I am not perfect but the love of God and for God is.

  2. cassie reynolds says:

    for the lord god is my strength and my song and he has become my salvation

  3. Brodie Craig says:

    The Lord God is my strength, my song, and my salvation.

  4. Mando Mokone says:

    I will trust and will not be afraid ❤️

  5. Hilary Curneal says:

    My God is so lovely. He is selfless, holy, mighty, relentless and all of the above. I give endless thanks to the one who created me in light, kindness and love. Thank you Jesus for being lord of my life!

  6. Jazmine Collins says:

    I need to remember this verse when I start to spin in to anxiety. Amen!

  7. Leelee V says:

    Like a breath of fresh air! Amen!

  8. Zee Talley says:

    keep studying and praying and praising

  9. Olivia Storteboom says:

    Can someone pray for me?

  10. Devann Smith says:

    This is exactly the verse I needed!

  11. Erin Stroud says:


  12. Justeen Krutsinger says:

    Needed some grace today

  13. Claudiq Farfan says:

    Rest in the Lord

  14. Gretchen Bayer says:


  15. Brittany Brooks says:


  16. Jordin Edwards says:

    At almost 3am I needed this!

  17. Quran Johnson says:

    It’s so crazy how God works. Today, I missed my reading so when I remembered, I came straight to scripture. It was about grace. “Take this time to catch up on your reading.” I will do just that. Thank you Lord, for your grace and mercy. I am still here.

  18. Leah Fisher says:

    Get rest, it is needed ❤️

  19. Sophia Caban says:

    I love this because it makes me think of the peace and rest I experience whenever I have quiet time with Him.

  20. Sophia Caban says:

    Kati I know Jesus will help you in the middle of your waiting. Please know that your Heavenly Father is working in the middle of your waiting, putting all things in its place while you wait. God bless you

  21. belle ingersoll says:

    such a great reminder to rest in the Lord && in His steadfast ♡ for us! ✞

  22. Bobbi Everett says:

    I will trust in the Lord always

  23. Kati Reyes says:

    Praying for peace and patience in waiting. His goodness covers all of us! ❤️

  24. Sangita Hickman says:

    Trust God when you can’t trace Him!! To have faith you must trust God…. Walk around with expectation in your heart with out a plan B!

  25. Sangita Hickman says:

    So my Pastor said this past Sunday, “ don’t project your human relationship of faith on your divine relationship with God.” ~Bishop Joseph Walker

  26. Dinah Coomes says:

    Need a day like this!

  27. Beverly Gorden says:

    I will trust in him ❤️❤️

  28. Kendall Degerstrom says:


  29. Meredith Koelling says:


  30. Lora Janitch says:


  31. Jasmine Taylor says:

    I trust in Him ❤️

  32. Leslie Boyd says:

    Wow, I’m proud of you! I’m currently in a season of transition and change as well. Praying for His peace that surpasses all understand over you through this time.

  33. Naomi Edwards says:

    Always ❤️❤️

  34. Nikki Purwin says:

    I just moved to a new state by myself fresh out of grad school. Living on my own, working a full time job for the first time. A lot of transitions. Praying to maintain my sense of serenity & gratitude. I trust in His plan for me :)

  35. Kristen Brock says:

    Right there with you, Krysta.

  36. Tracy Scott says:

    We need to preach to ourselves this verse. “I will trust in the Lord”

  37. Karen Tidwell says:

    I needed this.

  38. Carissa Othic says:

    Praying for you this morning Alex!

  39. Ariel Martinez says:


  40. Sandra Ona says:

    During these covid times it’s a good reminder that God is my strength

  41. alex bbrtl says:

    praying my landlord will stop being a bully and verbally abusive to me

  42. Kris Dizon says:


  43. Krysta Orona says:

    Praying for and seeking rest for my mind. So many anxious thoughts swirling around. Trying to take my thoughts captive and focus on God’s truths rather than the Enemy’s lies. Lord, I believe help my unbelief.

  44. Robin Schwartz says:

    This reading plan has really stuck with me this week! It is amazing to me that Job immediately began praising God upon hearing his trouble. Not after weeks of spinning his wheels trying to work things out himself, not in the middle of the storm but immediately! WOW! I’d never noticed that part of his story before.

  45. Laken Marshall says:


  46. Rachel Blessum says:

    Grace days are so simple and SO powerful! Grateful for She Reads Truth this week ❤️

  47. Ayo falegan says:

    Such a lovely reminder of Gods love, I love and trust Him so much

  48. Deb Ireland says:

    So thankful for God’s grace!

  49. Vanessa Rodrigues says:

    There’s nothing like our Father

  50. Daniella Garcia says:

    Aba Father will always be my provider and the one I can trust

  51. Sam Cade says:

    Simple, but an important, reminder—much needed today✨

  52. Lizzie Torrez says:

    I am in the midst of medical school finals and reallllyy just wanted to go to bed and was contemplating not reading today’s section. Someone told me that Faith is something you constantly have to work on with dedication, so I decided to open my bible study because I trusted it was the best thing to do. Turns out it was Grace day, and God sent a resounding message of grace and loyalty. God is SO good.

  53. Whitney Stokes says:


  54. Dianna McFarland says:

    God is. I will be. Trusting Him in every storm, Resting in Him and His Word.

  55. Luna Milne says:


  56. Margeaux Hogue says:

    Grace upon grace

  57. Eileen Flynn says:

    Trust in the Lord ❤️

  58. Lani Winslow says:


  59. Kiara Kornegay says:

    This verse is a straight reminder to just relax…literally relax.

  60. Chelsea Schreurs says:

    Wow! I love that this message tells us to rest on the lords presence. With all the noise this past year; this year is the year of the local church, the year to rest, quiet the noise, and awaken!!

  61. Stephanie Schick says:

    In the midst of a job search after graduating from PA school so definitely am needing the reminder to trust God and His good and perfect timing.

  62. addysn gillispie says:


  63. Eleanor McClain says:

    “I can do all things through God” ❤️

  64. Nosa Clifford says:

    The Lord is my Salvation

  65. Kelsey Stone says:


  66. Gwen Jones says:

    I will trust the Lord!

  67. Michelle Rosenberg says:


  68. Erica Askren says:

    I will trust in the Lord. I will not be afraid.

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  71. Shen says:

    I too struggle with this but what helps me is to keep reminding myself of my identity in Christ. I remind myself that God knows everything and that when He died on the cross for me, He did so knowing what mistakes I would make yet still chose to sacrifice His life for me. Hope this helps. God bless x

    1. Kristin Roberts says:

      Shen, that is a beautiful reminder and also one God has put on my heart lately. I’ve been struggling to feel like I’m forgiven for the sins I’ve made AFTER I was saved. I strayed from God for a while there. He has been reminding me that I have His mercy, new every day. He knew what I’d do in my life, the “big sins” and died for me anyway. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts. They’ve brought me confidence!

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  73. Endia Yvonne says:

    God bless

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  76. Brè Danielle says:

    I love this! ❤️

  77. Toya Nolan says:

    I will trust in The Lord!

  78. Michelle-Rose Oduro says:

    It’s been such a struggle for me lately to forgive myself forgetting God forgave me and I have grace. How do you get Back to the basics, to the foundation when you’re so hung up on the past?

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  81. Rhonda Wood says:

    When you surrender you will discover the joy and peace of our LordJesus Christ. Part of our sinful fall is the need to control but God fights our battles and guides us to streams of living water trust in Him and surrender all and see what He can do in your life.

    1. Oluwabusayo Onifade says:

      Amen!! :)

  82. Wylie✝️ D says:

    I love that this has that because sometimes you just need a break to just worship.

  83. Raquel Ortiz says:


  84. Lindsey says:

    I am new in my journey of faith – I was brought up going to church by my parents, but after I was confirmed at 14, they let me make my own decisions about my faith. I fell away from the Lord over the years, but have recently had the strong desire to know Him better and to learn more about Him.

    One thing that I am struggling with is letting go of the reins; I love to be in control, and I notice that I derive my sense of self from the validation of others. This is not how I want to live – it is exhausting. If anyone has struggled with anything similar, do you have any suggestions on how I can start to trust in the Lord and find my validation within Him?

    Sorry for the long-winded post.

    1. Amy Van Wyk says:

      Hi, Lindsey! It is great to hear that you are rekindling your relationship with God-that alone is something be proud of! I, too, struggle with surrender and releasing control. I heard a speaker last fall that taught me a lot on this subject. Her name is Shannon Popkin, and she wrote a book called “Control Girl.” I highly recommend it!

    2. Hannah Kitt says:

      Hi Lindsey! I struggle with seeking validation from others too- and I didn’t realize this for a long time. I agree- it’s so exhausting! This year due to a series of really tough events I was so broken and started to seek out what God said of me and have been working on believing that of myself. It’s so hard some days but it’s getting better! I’ll pray for you on your journey! Psalm 139:14 is a favorite verse of mine!

    3. Morgan ElizabethAlbright says:

      Hey Lindsey! Our story of faith is very similar! I grew up in Christian school and church but once I reached adulthood I, too, grew away from the Lord. At the beginning of this year I received the crushing news that I was only offered an alternate position to the college program I had worked towards for two years. For the first time in my life I didn’t feel like I had a plan and the feeling of being out of control was almost too much for me to bear. After weeks of anxiety I turned to God and realized He was what was missing in my life. Since spending time with Him and praying about everything daily I have felt His presence like never before. All of my seemingly broken plans have fallen perfectly into place for something else and trusting wholly in Him has given me a sense of peace I’ve never experienced. Through all of it Graves into Gardens by Elevation Worship has become one of my favorite songs and I recommend you listen to it! It is such a great reminder that God is always in control! He has a plan and nothing in this world can satisfy you like trusting in God.

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  86. Taylor says:

    Nicole I am praying for you. I struggle with fully surrendering to God in my life too. Listen to the still small voice of the Holy Spirit. It may not be easy, but it will bring you peace <3

  87. Lynn Painter says:

    Thank you Diana.. I do pray for her daily, and do love her. I know I have messed up a lot. God isn’t done with her yet

  88. Jamie Bierd says:

    Amen! This is a good reminder for us.

  89. CeeGee says:

    DIANA F – You spoke my thoughts so eloquently U can only add AMEN and pray that Nicole (all of us) be led to focus on our eternal victory more th the earthly desires we seek.
    NANAK – The title to the song you referenced is “When We Walk with the Lord” and was stuff by John H Sammie and Daniel B Downer probably late 1800’s/early 1900’s. I declared that chorus in our small group a few months back. Thank you for sharing how it also blesses your heart!

  90. Diana Fleenor says:

    LYNN PAINTER: My heart aches with you as for a time my daughter shut-down about spiritual things (though didn’t stop talking to us completely). I understand questioning yourself of whether you should have said anything. I thought it may be helpful to hear how the Lord walked me through it. In directing me to Matthew 10:34-39, it was made evident to me that discord can happen with our children as we express our faith and our concerns about their faith. While, yes, our children’s faith needs to be their own, that does not mean we are not to ever speak truth into them. The key is do we do so with gentleness and respect. If so, then we are doing what the Lord commands of us and that is our first priority. I hope this is helpful and I pray the Lord will soothe your mother’s aching heart. And I pray he will do a merciful work in your daughter’s as I now see him doing in my own.

  91. Diana Fleenor says:

    NICOLE BURGOS: I’m grateful for your honest confession and vulnerability. I do pray for you:

    Father God, I ask that in your mercy, you help Nicole to fully surrender to you. Our flesh battles against your Spirit in us. Remind Nicole that for those who are in Christ, we have a Spirit who is able to keep us from gratifying the desires of the flesh. May together we put on the armor of God for the battle is fierce and we need spiritual weapons, not earthly ones. Bless Nicole with your presence as her Refuge and Helper and Savior, O Lord. Amen.

  92. Deborah Newnum says:

    You can’t miss when you “Trust and Obey” Thanks Nanak!♥️

  93. Meredith Ashley says:

    Nanak, I was reminded of that beautiful hymn during this week’s readings as well. A mentor of mine calls instances like this “God winks”… Some would call them coincidences, but I love the way this expression reminds us of our Lord’s hand in our daily lives, in the big things and the small things. What a sweet encouragement your post was to me this Saturday morning! PS – I just had to hear the hymn after reading your comment. I stumbled upon “Trust & Obey” by Chelsea Moon & The Franz Brothers on Spotify. Beautiful!

  94. Meredith Ashley says:

    What a lovely verse for this Saturday. Prayers for you, Nicole B. I think we all go through seasons of feeling stuck, and stuck is undoubtedly a miserable feeling. Just remember, God is with you, and we are for you! As I read your humble request for prayer, I am reminded of a book that really helped me in one of my own seasons of “stuck”: “Healing for Damaged Emotions” by David A. Seamands. Here’s a preview, if you’re interested! “Events in our lives, both good and bad, form rings in us like the rings in a tree. Each ring records memories that affect our feelings, our relationships, and our thoughts about God. In this classic work, David Seamands encourages us to live compassionately with ourselves as we allow the Holy Spirit to heal our past.” Sending virtual hugs.

  95. Monica says:

    Nanak, I love that old hymn! Thank you for reminding me of it.

  96. Nicole Burgos says:

    I’ve been having struggles fully surrendering to the lord , not that i don’t know how to but I feel stuck. I need prayer .

    1. Mari V says:

      I have felt stuck too Nichole. I am praying for you this very moment. There’s no better place to be than right here praying and seeking God even when we cannot see the outcome we have the assurance that God has it all under control. The serenity prayer has been so helpful.

  97. NanaK says:

    This song has been going through my mind all week. Sorry, I don’t know who wrote it or when…

    When we walk with the Lord in the light of His Word,
    What a glory He sheds on our way!
    While we do His good will, He abides with us still,
    And with all who will trust and obey.
    Trust and obey, for there’s no other way
    To be happy in Jesus, but to trust and obey.
    Not a shadow can rise, not a cloud in the skies,
    But His smile quickly drives it away;
    Not a doubt or a fear, not a sigh or a tear,
    Can abide while we trust and obey.
    Trust and obey, for there’s no other way
    To be happy in Jesus, but to trust and obey.
    Then in fellowship sweet we will sit at His feet.
    Or we’ll walk by His side in the way.
    What He says we will do, where He sends we will go;
    Never fear, only trust and obey.
    Trust and obey, for there’s no other way
    To be happy in Jesus, but to trust and obey.
    Oh, Trust and obey, for there’s no other way
    To be happy in Jesus, but to trust and obey.

  98. Jennifer Sporin says:

    When we do trust Him, we are not afraid. So simple, yet so profound!

  99. Lucy says:

    im a week behind since i just recieved my book. sooo excited to do this with you all! Sat. is definetly catch up day for me!

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  101. Churchmouse says:

    We often think other things will save us. “If only…” then life will be good and all will be well.

    Not so.

    God is our only salvation and our only source of peace.

    All else is smoke and mirrors.

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