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. LindaK says:

    Hello sisters. I am traveling again this weekend for a wedding and would appreciate prayers for sciatic pain. So far I’m doing great!

  2. LindaK says:

    Traci Gendron in the book of Job the 14 chapter it tells us that our bond(time that we have here) is set and we can not pass around it. This verse has comforted me as I’ve had loved ones die, some too soon in my opinion. God has determined how long we will be here and that has nothing to do with one’s faith, prayers or anything. I hope that I’m expressing my thoughts so that you understand what I’m trying to say. God has the final say so over all of our lives.

  3. Cheryl Blow says:

    Beautiful! I was saved at a young age too! My parents were always there for me. But oh I do remember the powerful draw of a loving Savior. We only want my Christmas and Easter until my brother was going for his Eagle

  4. Cynthia Johnston says:

    May I share my story? I came to Christ as a child when my grandmother took me to Vacation Bible School in 1971. Child Evangelism Fellowship shared the Wordless book. My heart was dark with sin until the Savior came in to wash me clean as snow in order that I may grow to walk the streets of gold. My earthly father abandoned our family when I was four years old. When I heard I have a Heavenly Father who loves me and sent Jesus to die for me I grabbed on with both hands. Jesus has been with me ever since. What is your story?

  5. Mari says:

    Happy Saturday sweet She’s. It’s a cloudy day here in sunny California and heading out soon for a long distance run walk again! I read through all the comments here this morning, and praying for you all. It led me to the acronym for THINK. I believe it was Pastor Greg Laurie that I heard him say to THINK before we speak. Is it Thoughtful? Is it Helpful? Is it Inspiring? Is it Necessary? Is it Kind? If it’s neither of those things, then we shouldn’t say it. Hope this helps somebody out there. ALSO, from my mother’s heart, please pray for my son. He knows he made the right decision about a relationship, yet he goes back-and-forth and he’s broken, but he knows he did the right thing, but doubt comes to his mind. Please pray he will remain steadfast and strong and believe that he is doing what God wants him to do.

  6. Mari says:

    @Traci Gendron, praying for you sweet girl. I’m sorry to hear about what’s been said to you. And agree with the others that maybe they need to read the book of Job. And this is also when we need to exercise the phrase “think before we speak” or better yet “pray before we speak”. I’m so sorry Traci please know you are covered in prayers here.

  7. Cheryl Blow says:


  8. 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.
    Just like Job pray for those who say hurtful things and ask God to help you to forgive them. I am praying for you!

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