Grace Day

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Isaiah 25:9

Advent is a season to intentionally slow our pace, contemplating and celebrating the first coming of Christ while also anticipating His promised return. Take time today to pause from the busyness of the season to catch up on your reading, make space for prayer, and rest in the presence of the Lord. 

Revisit “Advent Rhythms” on pages 18–19 to help reorient your rhythms of rest and celebration.

On that day it will be said,
“Look, this is our God;
we have waited for him, and he has saved us.
This is the LORD; we have waited for him.
Let’s rejoice and be glad in his salvation.”
—Isaiah 25:9

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  1. Kinesha Cox says:


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  3. Sundayschoolteacher says:

    My ❤️ is happy because of baby Jesus! Let us rejoice for His love for us is so big and wide we can’t comprehend!

  4. Patricia Lefner says:

    Rest in him my sisters

  5. Kelly (NEO) says:

    “Let’s rejoice and be glad in his salvation.”

    For it is only by the Lord’s kindness that we have been saved from our sins.

    Praying for the requests of Shes for salvation of loved ones and friends. May they turn to the Lord’s call.
    BRANDY SMITH (husband and son)
    HALEY BAIN (husband)
    ASH H (Tori)
    VALENTINA (Victoria)
    MICHELLE (Bernadette)
    RHONDA J (Savannah)
    JIMIN LEE (Daniel)
    EMILY DAFO (Becky and Bill)
    SKY HILTON (mom and sister)
    KRISTON (dad)
    POPPY WASKETT (Rosie and Amy)
    AZ WALKER (Brandon)
    TRICIA CAVANAUGH (children)

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  8. Searching says:

    MICHELLE PATIRE – praying for guidance as you seek the Lord’s path & timing, and for trustworthy friends to walk with you.

    Trying to not get swept away by thoughts of all that needs to come together in the next two weeks. Or does it “need” to? Lord, guide me on what will bless others and what would be a waste of valuable time.