Day 14

Grace Day

Isaiah 25:9

BY She Reads Truth

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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46 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Cee Gee says:

    LANI H – Hang in there! ;) Sorry about those typos!

  2. Cee Gee says:

    LANI H – Hi, I live in the northwest corner of South Carolina. I am retirement age, but I, too, identify with you and Michelle. We moved s lot because of my husband’s job and it was always hard to break through with new friends (beyond the superficial). Hand in there!

  3. Mari says:

    Let us rejoice and be glad. Happy Saturday! It is a “wet” day here in Sunny California. Please pray as I’m going to take Exam #5 and then I’m going to study for my FINAL which is already open to take, but I’m going to STUDY and take it on the last day which is Friday the 16th. GOD is good and I got the OK to come into work later that morning and I will be taking the EXAM. I have more energy and my mind works better in morning. Praying for you all sweet sisters.

  4. Kelly Wallace says:

    Let us enjoy our rest.

  5. Margaret W says:

    My younger son has become more and more like his abusive father, blaming me for the divorce. (His father refused to work for years before walking out and then suing me for alimony, seeking half of my inheritance. He also stole more money from me over the years than I will ever know and abused my son. He grossly favors his daughters.) Because my son is grown and has continued in this pattern of disrespect towards women and me in particular, I have told him that he is not welcome in my home this Christmas. It is breaking my heart, and I am really struggling; my son shows no reaction whatsoever. Please pray for my son’s heart to turn towards God. (He is quite religious and judgmental; it’s Jesus he needs to know.) Thank you.

  6. Tosha Jones says:

    g r a c e & REST

  7. Tosha Jones says:

    g r a c e & REST

  8. Gloria Garcia says:

    May we find rest in Him and thank Him for calling us his daughters ❤️

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