Day 34

Grace Day

from the The Life of Jesus reading plan

Luke 22:69

BY She Reads Truth

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

“But from now on, the Son of Man will be seated at the right hand of the power of God.”
—Luke 22:69

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32 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Rebecca W says:

    The sun is shining brightly this morning and it lifts my spirit. Jesus is light, and this beautiful morning reminds me of Him. Have loved this study and getting to know Him more.
    @Sharon- lifting you and your mom as Jesus walks you through this difficult time. I pray your mom can have faith over fear and feel God’s love.
    @Nancy S-praying that your husband’s anxiety will lessen as he waits for his tests and that God and you will provide the comfort he needs. May this draw him closer to Jesus.
    @Rhonda-there is much we have in common. An aching back, that I won’t let keep me down, feeling unsure of myself when praying aloud-no way would I have done it in my younger years! But it does get easier the more I do it, and I know it’s not about me anyway! And I have a granddaughter who is 14 and has struggled with all the identity issues so prevalent in their culture these days. So, I will be lifting you for relief from pain. I’m sure Toby Mac will be a great pain killer! And of course praying for Brandon and his whole family that he will find the peace only Jesus can give.
    @Michelle Patire, Sarah and Taylor- Lisa Bevere posts a lot on using your season of singleness as an active season of serving and discovering your own purpose. Don’t know the name of her book specifically but she usually has good insight in living our best Christ focused life in the waiting. ❤️
    I have a request for myself today as well. I’ve asked for prayer for my son, and thanked God for the healing he has brought so far. Brett has been doing well for over a year now- finding a low stress job and is even in a relationship with a girl I really like. Because he was doing well he decided to stop taking his medication. After a couple of days when it was out of his system, he got sick and was unable to go to work. He has realized this was not a good move and got in touch with his doctor and is back on track with his medicine. Please pray that his anxiety would dissipate and he would come to terms with the fact that this may be a life long trek. But most importantly please pray that the Lord would continue to work on his heart and mind and bring him back to a place of belief! That is my heart’s desire for all 5 of my children!
    Sorry this was so long! I had lots of time this morning! Love and prayers for all.

  2. Shirley Posladek says:

    Nancy, I don’t know all of your story, but have walked through a similar difficult season with my husband of 44 years. I pray to our wonderful Father, Abba, to give you peace and direct your husband’s steps. He is in this and desires for you and your husband to know him in a deeper way. Press into God with your husband, if he is willing. We discovered that my husband was believing lies about God and himself that the enemy had fed him. It’s been a three year battle, but one worth going through. My husband is now on no medication and rarely has anxiety. It was the accuser that was attacking him. Now, if that mindset comes in, my husband checks if he needs to repent of believing a lie, (like.. God’s not with me or I’m not loving God as I should). May God have mercy and give you his Devine healing.

  3. Jeanie Mclellan says:


  4. Nancy S says:

    This has been a beautiful study of the life of Jesus. I’m so thankful for this community of fellow believers & prayer warriors. My husband & I are going through a very difficult time, as he is experiencing many mental & emotional changes. We are searching for answers, & trying not to fear the worst. I keep reminding him that God is walking through this with us, we have a good life & will continue to live that good life together as long as we’re able-all in God’s perfect timing. He has some upcoming testing that he’s very afraid of. Could you please keep him in your prayers-a big problem is obsessive thinking & anxiety, which makes it nearly impossible to get him thinking of something else. And please pray for my strength, patience & grace in loving & supporting him, come what may. I truly feel the Lord’s presence with us, every minute of every day. Thanks all, & keep warm this very cold day!

  5. Rhonda J. says:

    I cannot tell you how good The Chosen! Well yes I can, it was wow, amazing! So powerful! I had forgotten my pain pills so I was pretty miserable most of the time, but some of those scenes are so impactful I am glad we got to see them in the theater! I can assure you I will NOT forget my pills tonight for the Tobymac and Crowder concert!

    Also a little funny story with the homeless I have told ya’ll I do on Friday afternoons, and how I have been hoping my aloud praying improves. I still seem to be the one that gets called on to lead the food blessing, and the closing prayer….God is not going to let me quit no matter how bad I am apparently. I know you think there is no bad prayer BUT I really seem to just get all lost and can’t find words. I often laugh and say that Moses had issues too in that way! I feel so inadequate, yet know I am not and it doesn’t matter as long as I am trying to bring the focus to God, and by the way…the others do not want to lead it so there’s that! lol (the others started the feeding years and years ago, so they basically go and serve food and leave, it wasn’t until our church helped out when the snowbirds left for the summer last year that we said there has to be some praying around here! lol.

    I can’t help to sing the lyrics this morning-

    I love You, Lord
    Oh Your mercy never fails me
    All my days
    I’ve been held in Your hands
    From the moment that I wake up
    Until I lay my head
    Oh I will sing of the goodness of God

    All my life You have been faithful
    All my life You have been so so good
    With every breath that I am able
    Oh I will sing of the goodness of God

    Happy Wkd She Sisters, love you much!!!

  6. C. says:

    Thank you everyone for all of your prayers this week. This weekend my husband is putting in a part for our car so hopefully that fixes our problem. It’s hard sometimes because we only have 1 car and of course it decided to breakdown when money is extra tight. But I know that God has a plan for us and will provide for us ❤️ Sharon, just prayed for your mom and will continue to pray for her. Praying for all of you on here. I’m so thankful to be apart of this little community on here. You guys are the best! ❤️

  7. Aimee D-R says:

    Thank You King Jesus!

  8. Debbie says:

    Praying now for your sweet mom Sharon.

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