Grace Day

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Psalm 36:7

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

How priceless your faithful love is, God!
People take refuge in the shadow of your wings.
—Psalm 36:7

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  1. Keri LeeKnapp says:

    Such a simple yet powerful reminder that God is faithful!

  2. Rebecca Molloy says:


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  4. Michelle Mayo says:

    Although I’m studying Ruth after many, I noticed something on this day of grace. Upon opening my app, I quickly noticed the passage was very short. Even though “grace day” was the title, I began to check and recheck my app to ensure something wasn’t wrong. So it is with our Christian walk. Many times we overlook the grace that our Savior provides. We often look for the many things that should be wrong and overlook the grace He gives us on a daily basis. Yes, we can all be guilty of over thinking from time to time, but when we point to His grace, it can settle our hearts & mind. Today, I challenge us to accept His grace❣️

  5. Melissa Mcronney says:


  6. TIna says:

    Amen and Amen.

    Thank you Lord God, Thank you thst I have your wings as my refuge.. and your fauthful love follows me, all the days of my life..

    BUT GOD.


    Blessings to all.❤

  7. Amanda Browning says:

    And take comfort in your wings embrace!

  8. Grayson Chatfield says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy reading your comments every day! You have such a way with words and your faith is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing with all of us!

  9. Dorothy says:

    To this psalm I say AMEN and AMEN!!

    Overslept yesterday so didn’t get to read it until today. So much said, LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!!!!!

    Be blessed and make today amazing sisters.

  10. PamC says:

    Happy Saturday fellow She’s. I pray your weekend is restful & full of God’s peace.
    Am I the only one having problems? I can’t get into the app on iPhone or iPad.

  11. GramsieSue . says:

    I have been catching up this morning and reading comments that I missed. I want to thank @Mercy for her comment on Day 3. About choosing faith over hope and despair. There are a lot of ups and downs in this journey I’m on with Steve fighting brain cancer. The brain is such a delicate organ. And affects so much. Steve can be loving and kind one day, and mean the next. And I know it’s not him…it’s the cancer. Anyway, thank you Mercy, for your insights. A reminder for me that each day I have to choose between hope and despair, between faith and fear, between bitterness and pleasantness…Choose you this day. Hugs ❤️

  12. Cardiff says:

    Jennifer Loves Jesus ~ Every morning, such beautiful writing! Amen!

  13. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    Father God, Holy sheltering, loyal loving, King of kings, I return for refuge in the shadow of Your wings this morning. Spread Your faithful love over me. Over my heart. Over my body. Over my soul. Let us “feast in the abundance of Your house;” give us “drink from Your river of delights” (Psalm 36). You are the fountain of light giving life. I see light in the darkness because of Your eternal light. Amen… As Autumn taps on the door at home in the deep south, I am reflecting on the colors of leaves before they drop to the ground. Fall foliage hunters chase down the vibrance every year. And it is truly a sight to see! Deciduous means “falling away after its purpose is finished” (Wikipedia). Mic drop, heart hearing wisdom. My eyes see the glory of God’s creation, and I cling hard to beauty. I want to keep it. But each season, the life of a leaf runs its course, and at the peak of its most glorious color, it turns brown and drops to the twin color of the dirt. I am learning to let the seasons, days, and moments roll on with more peace. More grace. A closer walk with Jesus. I open my hands, letting go of my anxious grip, to let beauty flow in and out with faith and trust in God’s will and providence. Like a deciduous forest, there is a time of barrenness after the peak of beauty. And like a photo edit from color to high contrast black and white, or subtle grayscale, I love the artistry of them all. So too in my life, as I take refuge in the hands of my Creator, I will trust His eye to color my days, moments, and seasons from vibrance to grayscale. There is calm in the absence of color. There is sabbath rest. Dormancy to re-birth. There is joy in the Holy Spirit, a beauty that never leaves or drops me. “A balm for souls of priceless worth” (SITD). God is so gentle with me. When trouble or strife comes, He soothes me. By His Word. By His Spirit. I have tasted His sweetness. I have seen His goodness. So, I trust and cast myself upon His care. In every season. I return to Him again and again. He welcomes me with His wings of shelter. My beloved is mine, and I am His (SOS). Always and forever. Selah. Maranatha. Amen.

  14. Teresa says:

    Good morning and Shalom Blessings to you.
    May God reveal His love for you in some extra ordinary ways this day. May you be prosperous in every realm. 3 John 2
    God bless you.
    What you have Peace about, you have victory in.
    Love is always the answer. Always. ❤️

  15. Mari says:

    Good Morning ☀️ and Happy Saturday sweet SRT sisters. I’m grateful for all of you. “Together” we are taking refuge in the shadow of His wings.

  16. Aimee D-R says:

    Thank You for letting me crawl under Your wings of protection Lord. Amen

  17. Mandi says:

    This metaphor of the protection of God’s wings has come up over 5 times in the last 2 weeks and has been so meaningful for me in my anxiety. Part of it had been meditating on God’s wings over my children as they begin to leave my “nest.” I am thankful for beginning to “feel” God’s presence again. (I know he didn’t leave but my emotions weren’t lining up with truth.) Thankful for this community and God’s Word.

  18. Susan Lincks says:

    I am protected by Your wings.

  19. Terri Baldwin says:

    The secret is trusting God. Trusting in his sovereignty over our lives. I can do all this ( be content whatever the circumstances) through him who gives me strength.

  20. Alli Barlik says:

    I love that we can take refuge in His wings. He loves us so and we I feel afraid or anxious, He is who I turn to.

  21. Rebecca says:

    As a shadow moves with the light let me also move with it to stay in the peace of His shadow and not be frozen in fear or dread, or stuck in destructive habits that keep me from moving with Him when he asks me to move. Peace to all my Shes. Enjoy your weekend!

  22. Angie Mills says:

    A similar psalm to Psalm 36 is Psalm 91, if you would like any further reading or meditation.

  23. Angie Mills says:

    I love that SRT included this verse (Psalm 36:7) in the study for us to meditate on.

    This verse is one of several sandwiched in a psalm that was written by David when he was thinking about “the transgression of the wicked person” (Psalm 36:1‬ ‭CSB‬‬).

    “Lord, your faithful love reaches to heaven, Your faithfulness to the clouds. Your righteousness is like the highest mountains, Your judgments like the deepest sea. Lord, You preserve people and animals. How priceless Your faithful love is, God! People take refuge in the shadow of Your wings. They are filled from the abundance of Your house. You let them drink from Your refreshing stream. For the wellspring of life is with You. By means of Your light we see light. Spread Your faithful love over those who know You, and Your righteousness over the upright in heart.” ‭‭(Psalm 36:5-10‬ ‭CSB‬‬)

    Every time I read these verses in Psalm 36, I always think of Ruth. God showed His faithful love to Ruth and Naomi. He preserved them. Ruth & Naomi took refuge in the shadow of God’s wings. They looked to God to spread His faithful love to them.

    I wonder … as David wrote these verses down was he thinking of the story of his great-grandmother and how God was faithful to her in providing a husband (his great-grandfather) for her? Hmm …

  24. Sundayschoolteacher says:

    Thank you God for being our refuge. This world is harsh but may we remind ourselves the Lord is near and never leaves our side. Help us to remember He is only a breath or thought away. Thank you Churchmouse for your commentary. I look forward to seeing your thoughts. The Lord uses you to help us all. Thanks for sharing your insights and wisdom. Have a wonderful Saturday and remember He is our refuge and we don’t have to do life on our own.

  25. Danielle B says:

    Oh refuge in God’s wings. I know it well and sought it earlier this week. Two years ago I began to struggle with insomnia that started from some anxiety. It’s much better now and only happens occasionally but each time it does I think of Lauren Diagle’s your wing song and envision being in God’s wings while He fights the battle. A beautiful reminder this morning as I had some rough nights earlier this week.

  26. Kelly (NEO) says:

    Happy Saturday Shes

    Praying we find peace of heart and mind in our Refuge.

  27. Churchmouse says:

    Who doesn’t like a place of refuge? I know I need one every time I watch a news report. The problems mentioned are monumental, with no clear solutions. A safe place of refuge is exactly what I need. I’m so blessed that I have that refuge with me all the time. The Holy Spirit speaks peace. I am comforted and assured by the promises I read in Scripture. Where does my help come from? It comes from the Lord.