Grace Day

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Galatians 6:9

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

Let us not get tired of doing good, for we will reap at the proper time if we don’t give up. 
—Galatians 6:9

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  1. Kelli Carlson says:

    Thank you for the recommendation Gwineth! I love listening to podcasts and added this one to my collection.

  2. Tina says:

    Lord, thank you for your trust in me to do good and to show you in all I do..

    BUT GOD..

    Thank you, for always..

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  4. Lindsey says:

    Thank you so much for the podcast recommendation, Gwineth! I’m excited to check it out

  5. AZ Walker says:

    I love Galatians and everyone is so spot on about how we can all do something to show God’s love to others. I felt doom yesterday learning about another evil happening in our society and now I read Galatians and remember so many times how good it felt when strangers were kind to me throughout my life. A few times in grocery stores various sweet comments about my baby or someone liked my dress or shoes. A checkout girl once asked me how I was spending my day and then ran over to floral and gave me flowers because it was my birthday! I love the idea of leaving little cards around and some people do this painting rocks. Praying for everyone today and the needs of your loved ones. ❤️ Gwyneth – I will search for your podcast recommendations.

  6. Gwineth52 says:

    Good Morning Grace Day! My latest podcast on heavy rotation is hosted by Kate Bowler called “Everthing Happens (for a reason, and other lies we’ve been told)”. Kate’s an author, divinity school professor, wife, mother & incurable optimist. In her 20s she wrote her first book on the “prosperity gospel” movement. And in her mid-30s she was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. She interviews preachers, teachers, doctors, mothers, writers & researchers with warmth, humor & unflinching honesty. Whether it’s Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor; YA author John Green or Anne Lamott; Bishop Michael J. Curry (Harry & Meg’s wedding & the power of love); theologian Richard Rohr. They talk about overcoming grief, feeling loved & safe, facing unbearable loss & paralyzing fear, looking for God amid suffering, letting go of shame, giving up on perfect, getting in touch with our frailties, and many more topics, fearlessly & compassionately & courageously. SO many takeaways, memorable quotes, and prayer prompts. “Love is how & why we become a person”. “We don’t get to choose the picture, but we do get to pick the frame”. “Our identities are held by God.” “Build a rainbow to each other’s heart”. Can you tell how moved I am by the grace & spirit revealed there?! Find on Apple,Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Please give a listen while you drive; wait at kid’s soccer practice; do the laundry, or sit with a cup of tea & scones! SO binge worthy! Thanks be to the Father who sees all & HEARS all!

  7. Melissa Mcronney says: