Grace Day

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1 Peter 2:24

Lent is a season where we reflect on the depth of our sin and embrace the hope and strength found only in the cross of Christ. We seek unhurried moments of quiet to read Scripture, pray, confess, and repent. Take some time today to catch up on your reading, make space for prayer, and rest in God’s presence.

He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree; so that, having died to sins, we might live for righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed.
—1 Peter 2:24

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  1. Brandy Deruso says:

    I serve you lord I reverence you Lord you have not given us the spirit of fear but the Lord has given us power power in love his joy and his peace his happiness he has given us a sound mind never should I be afraid! You did not create me to worry or fear but you created me to worship daily so I’m going leave it all right here my hands are raised because I surrender your will is what’s best for me I work you because your Jehovah jireh my provider my healer my sustainer my Waymaker Lord my burden bearer my strong tower no weapon formed against me shall not prosper and I shall praise you and worship without fear but in reverence to you Lord! I will trust in you Lord I have no reason to fear for you are with me! Hallelujah! I have no reason to fear! Jesus! Jesus! He is all in the world to me!

  2. Christina Lill says:


  3. Pamela Rodriguez says:

    I can say the same thing. I don’t want to rush. I’m just so grateful that God is able to meet us where we are.

  4. Becky Ryden says:

    Our failures can be the weeds that so easily entangle. Praying we can all be set free which was the purpose of the cross all along.

  5. Linda Fenwick says:

    I am very far behind on my reading but can’t make myself rush to catch up. When I read scripture I want to go slow and try to absorb the message and meaning of everything.

  6. Terri Baldwin says:

    8 and

    “A stone of stumbling,
    and a rock of offense.”

    They stumble because they disobey the word, as they were destined to do. – 1 Peter 2:8

  7. Bri Tieperman says: