Day 13

Grace Day

Hebrews 13:15

BY She Reads Truth

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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28 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Cheryl Blow says:

    Traci G, I believe the book of Job was given to show us how to comfort someone who has suffered. We are not to judge or give our opinions but lovingly be present with them and pray for them. We live in an imperfect world and bad things happen to believers. Just know God loves you and sees you.

  2. Jen S says:

    TRACI, I’ve heard the same (too many times). The tongue has power. As Christians we also need to be careful how we receive what is said. When we are rooted in the Truth, no accusation can stick and that includes false theological assumptions of others. We then have the opportunity to humbly come alongside and speak truth and correction. Truth sets us free. Psalm 19:14 and Phil 4:8

  3. Dorothy says:

    Traci I’m so sorry about what is happening with you. I know it is rough losing a child, I lost my older son almost 20 years ago. I’ll be praying for you and your friends. And no it’s not due to lack of faith. My ex-husband blamed me for my son’s death because I let go and swim in the creek that was way out it’s banks, when I didn’t even know what my son was doing.

  4. Rebecca W says:

    Good morning Shes! It’s my son’s birthday today and I praise God for the healing he has done and continues to do in his life. @ Dorothy, I love that hymn and will listen. Thanks for sharing. @Tracy, praying for comfort for your broken heart over a hurtful remark that is blatantly untrue. May you feel Christ’s arms around you.

  5. Sarah Parsons says:

    Jesus has fulfilled the promise, let us praise Him

  6. Traci Gendron says:

    I’m a bit frustrated this morning. I have a friend visiting that basically said people do not receive miracles because they don’t have strong enough faith. She believes her daughter received one. I’m not going to go into detail. So of course, I took that as she didn’t think Tanner received one because he didn’t have enough faith. What about the pastors wife that dies from cancer? Did they not have enough faith. I’m a bit mad at the moment. I also had a client say people are sick because of their sins. Not a way to word that to a new mother that just found out her 14 month old has a rare illness. I carried that comment with me for years. As christians we need to be careful what we say and how we say things to others. Especially others that are going through something tough. I need God to take these feelings from me!

  7. Dorothy says:

    So in the study book between yesterday’s scripture and today’s scripture is the hymn “Crown Him With Many Crowns”. I had to listen to it, Michael W. Smith has a beautiful version of it on YouTube for anyone who wants to listen to it. I feel like the last sentence of this hymn says it all, “Thy praise and glory shall not fail throughout eternity.” HALLELAJUH!!!!

    Be blessed and PRAISE God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit ALL the day long sisters.

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