Day 34

Grace Day

from the This Is the Church reading plan

Daniel 9:19

BY She Reads Truth

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

 Lord, hear! Lord, forgive! Lord, listen and act! My God, for your own sake, do not delay, because your city and your people bear your name. —Daniel 9:19

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16 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Mercy says:

    The LORD is good to those who depend on him, to those who search for him.
    So it is good to wait quietly for salvation from the LORD.
    And it is good for people to submit at an early age to the yoke of His discipline
    Let them sit alone in silence beneath the LORD’s demands.
    Let them lie face down in the dust, for there may be hope at last.
    Let them turn the other cheek to those who strike them and accept the insults of their enemies.
    Lamentations 3:25-30 NLT

  2. PamC says:

    Happy Grace Day y’all . Have you heard the song from Davy Flowers “Oh But God”? It came up on my Apple Music new Christian list this other day. Very good. It made me think of you, Tina. Hugs to all y’all. Praying for all the requests as I see them.

  3. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    Grace. Grace. More grace. Asking for grace (favor) is not necessary for us since the blood of Jesus was poured out over us already; God’s grace was dispensed as eternal favor in His merciful promise to save us. No precondition is necessary. Just an open heart to receive with our desire and repentance. My prayer is to walk worthy of this grace, accepting the full measure by emptying my heart of anything that is not of God, letting Him fill the places left empty. All we have to do is let go. Hard and easy. I think fear and pride cause us to hold on to the blockers of grace. Our sterile attempts to win favor alienates us from our Creator. “…they became futile in their reasoning, and their senseless hearts were darkened.” (Romans 1:21). Humility ushers in grace. “But He gives greater grace…God…gives grace to the humble.” (James 4:6 paraphrased). We are brought low only to be lifted as heirs to the promised Kingdom. Such a royal honor to be loved this way. May this grace flow out into the world around us, through our freely given gift, undeserved yet powerful to save all. May we walk worthy of this grace and do as Jesus did. Selah. Maranatha. Amen.

  4. Elizabeth Oster says:

    Praying!! My husband had his done a few years ago and everything went smoothly. Will pray the same fo you, Beverly.

  5. Elizabeth Oster says:

    Praying. My husband had his done a few years back and it all went smoothly. Will pray the same for you

  6. Beverly Watley says:

    Good morning sisters, I would like to ask for prayers, that my eye surgery (cataracts removed) goes well on the 14th my right eye will be done and then in 2 weeks the left. Thank you and may God bless us all. I trust in God everything will be fine, but you know what Jesus said wherever 2 or more gather, that there He will be in the mist.

  7. Sharon, Jersey Girl says:

    Wishing all my She sisters a wonderful weekend! @Donna Wolcott – I will be praying for your church situation and for a new pastor to come in a timely manner…just curious, where do you live? Praying for each of your requests as I read them. @Gramiesue & @Dorothy – praise the Lord for answers to prayer!
    Blessings to all!

  8. Rhonda J. says:

    Happy Saturday SHE’s!

    We had such an uplifting time serving the homeless last night in the park! I pray that they feel and see God’s love through us, and know that we are not judging them but trying to “give.” It’s a hard thing, but I look to the joyful man that has been going to this park for years and how he just speaks God’s truth even when some people get combative. Most are super appreciative though. I pray I continue to just let the Spirit guide me whether it is only to hand out food and clothing or to let someone just talk, or to pray for them aloud or in my heart. God is on the move always, even when we are not seeing it.

    Have a Great Wkd!

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