Grace Day

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Hebrews 13:15

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

Therefore, through him let us continually offer up to God a sacrifice of praise, that is, the fruit of lips that confess his name.
—Hebrews 13:15

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  1. Terri Baldwin says:

    Love this! And I was so frustrated with myself after saying things I shouldn’t of said. It’s weird how I can change depending who I’m around. It’s hard to navigate this life …I prayed and asked for forgiveness and guidance to be better.

  2. Kimberly Z says:

    @Traci G. So sorry for the hurtful words that were said too. After my dads accident with attempted suicide a friend of his asked me how he was doing after a major surgery he had just had. When I replied he was having a hard time with everything he responded with well what did he think was going to happen? It was extremely hurtful because obviously his goal was to not be here anymore. Praying for you heart but also for that friend that maybe her heart can be softened as well.

  3. PamC says:

    Happy Saturday Everyone! Tracy, I’m so sorry your friend is so confused & has hurt you so deeply. I’ll be praying that she gains understanding of what Christ’s salvation truly means & for a healing for your heart.
    I’m also asking for prayers, please. My sister took my mom to emergency last evening for heart palpitations & shortness of breath that was coming & going. They were doing all these different tests, x-rays, scans. 1st news…tons of polyps in chest, cancer, but looking for origin. Final diagnosis is uterine cancer. She’s 90. We don’t have much info yet. We live in Northern California, she’s in Reno. My sister is in Reno, but she still works full time & has college age twins living at home. It’s going to mean some major changes coming.

  4. Carol Crossman says:

    Often people say things that sting and hurt. God has a plan for us even though we do not understand it. “Thy will be done”