Day 13

Grace Day

from the Do Not Fear reading plan

Psalm 27:1

BY She Reads Truth

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

The LORD is my light and my salvation—
whom should I fear?
The LORD is the stronghold of my life—
whom should I dread?
—Psalm 27:1

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36 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Abby D says:

    @KELLY (NEO) – coworker Tammy’s husband’s surgery has been delayed once again. He is experiencing residual effects from having COVID. Also learning that he is a smoker. Thank you for continued prayers…. There are many issues going on for this family.

  2. Rhonda J. says:

    Mari V- You can never mess up your own testimony! That’s the beautiful thing about it! Just saying how Jesus has worked in your life! Now the questions and debating is another thing, that’s where I feel like I’m not going to say the right thing! Your heart is huge just from knowing you on here Sister!!

    Happy Birthday Dorthy!! Mine is Tuesday! Have a beautiful day with your Son, DIL, and the doggies! And, I love “It is Well With My Soul!” I like the version by Jars Of Clay!

    Love what you wrote Jenifer Loves Jesus!

    Searching- Thank you for continuing the prayers for our grandson Brayen. I think God is giving us a helping hand by Brayden now being able to use messenger, and can call and talk to us now!

    Happy Saturday Sisters! I had a great morning participating in Serve Your City! It was a great opportunity to ask a non-going church friend and daughter to go with! We had lots of fun making bracelets to be delivered to some teachers in Africa.

  3. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    Wait. Until when? Until He comes. Maranatha. Come Lord Jesus. Until He comes may I wait with joy in my heart. Joy that overflows. Joy of knowing Him cannot be driven out. Just as the darkness did not overcome the life that was our Light (John 1), Jesus’ light of joy will shine in me and from me until… Until He comes. “I am certain that I will see the Lord’s goodness in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong, and let your heart be courageous, Wait for the Lord.” (Psalm 27:13-14) In this land where we are living, I experience goodness. The way sunlight filters through the trees, the smell of the sweet olives blooming, tiny peeks of pink from the budding azaleas, a twinkle eye smile from a stranger. Good things are all around, may my heart stay with God so that I can see them. Happy grace day friends. May your hearts be aglow with the truth of knowing Jesus. He is the stronghold of our lives, our light and our salvation. (Psalm 27:1)

  4. Dorothy says:

    Erica, I don’t know if you will read this, I am finally getting time to go back and read the comments from the beginning of the study. I read yours about your loss of your son. I can relate. Eighteen and a half years ago I lost my older son, I had two boys, in a drowning accident. For the first six months to year I had similar fears but one day my dad, a very God-fearing, Christian man sat me down and told me I needed to put things in God’s, Christ’s and the Holy Spirit’s hands and they will watch over Andrew, my other son. I know this may not ease the pain but maybe it will help with your fears. I’ll be praying for you.

  5. Mari V says:

    Whom should I dread? Well, that caught my attention. I have a lot of things to sort through my head. I do my best to be very careful and even practice and pray what I’m going say before I say it. And sometimes I still doubt myself. My main thing is I don’t want to mess up for the Lord. Meaning I want to be guard with my testimony so I don’t mess up.

  6. Traci Gendron says:

    KC – I’m so sorry this is happening to you. Prayers

    JEN BREWER – I started doing the studies on my computer. So much easier than the app. I still go and mark everything “read” in the app. I like to keep track…lol

  7. Dorothy says:

    In the book, right before the pages for todays pages, is the song “It Is Well With My Soul”. Boy, does that bring back memories. From about the sixth or seventh grade on I grew up going to a small Hispanic church near “the projects” of Kansas City, MO” with mom. Not because we lived in that area, no because they needed someone to play the piano and my mom volunteered. I made two very dear friends from those days and I believe God allowed and made that experience happen to make me who I am today. I have so many wonderful and beautiful memories of those days.
    It’s going to be a glorious and fantastic day, I’m going to be with my son and d-i-l and granddogs, they live about an hour away, and celebrate my birthday.
    Sisters, be blessed and celebrate this wonderful day the Lord has given us.

  8. Susan Alexander says:

    Years ago when I was in church choir we sang Psalm 27:1 as an anthem. Funny how when I try to memorize scripture I leave out words. When I learn it in song it stays with me for years

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