Grace Day

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Psalm 100:1-3

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

Let the whole earth shout triumphantly to the Lord! Serve the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Acknowledge that the Lord is God. He made us, and we are his—his people, the sheep of his pasture.
—Psalm 100:1–3

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  1. Ada McCloud says:


  2. Linda Fenwick says:

    I will pray for a peaceful resolution to the situation

  3. Linda Fenwick says:

    I will pray for a resolution to the situation and an amicable solution to the problems.

  4. Lakechia Smith says:


  5. Lolly Regan says:

    Prayer would be much appreciated. My husband and I have been living with and helping/ caregiving for his mom for 6 months. The goal was to be here for 6 months to be able to get their house ready to sell and for them to move to AZ. We started in high hopes but now our relationships with his parents are strained and tired. We have lost all the money we saved to move by trying to be helpful to his

  6. Claire B says:

    Searching, me too. The 23rd & 100 Psalms come back to me in the KJV. My elementary school teachers had us recite this every fall – public school in the 60’s was very different from today.

  7. Claire B says:


  8. Christy Moye says:


  9. Caprice Robinson says:

    This reading this week has been so helpful. My mum on Thursday had bypassed surgery and I have been really worried. Here recovery has be great. I was glad I could have been there for here. I hope over the next couple of week and for the future her recovery goes smoothly.

  10. Tricia C says:

    Thank you for your prayers.

  11. Tricia C says:

    SEARCHING I too did my memorization in KJV when I was younger, and I do the same when reading another version. Haha
    I am so grateful for this community of Christ following Sisters. I am keeping you all in prayer this evening.

  12. Adrienne says:

    MERCY… I used to have a copy of “My Utmost for His Highest”. Will have to look for a new copy. (I think it was given away when we were downsizing & minimalizing… I had others I liked/was using.). I like how he says , “ Your priorities must be God first, God second, and God third…” We always hear how priorities should be 1) God 2) Family and 3) Work… but I think our friend, Oswald, has it right. He nailed it! Thank you for sharing.

  13. Mercy says:

    Happy Saturday she’s.
    Joining you in prayers for our sisters, believing for breakthroughs and turnarounds by the Hand of Him Who Can Do All Things. Praise God Kelly Neo for your update. I also read KJV mostly, very difficult in first few years, but since I follow Charis Bible College/Andrew Wommack Ministries and the abundant free content they have given out from their Bible college courses, it is all in KJV and the quotes are also etched into my memory in KJV like SEARCHING’s experience. Praise God for KJV Bible teachers. KJV is also built in with Strong’s Concordance- I have a free app on my phone called Blue Letter Bible app, if you click on the verse, choose Interlinear, it will show Strong’s Concordance in the greek or hebrew original text and it’s amazing to cross reference. Only KJV version has Strong’s concordance from what I have been advised for in depth study.

    Anyways, I have this little small book of devotional by Oswald Chambers from a thrift store. It is a struggle to read a few years back but I have been holding on to it. It is growing on me by the grace of the Holy Spirit. Something I read today really struck me I want to share:


    “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord… —Isaiah 6:1”

    Our soul’s personal history with God is often an account of the death of our heroes. Over and over again God has to remove our friends to put Himself in their place, and that is when we falter, fail, and become discouraged. Let me think about this personally— when the person died who represented for me all that God was, did I give up on everything in life? Did I become ill or disheartened? Or did I do as Isaiah did and see the Lord?

    My vision of God is dependent upon the condition of my character. My character determines whether or not truth can even be revealed to me. Before I can say, “I saw the Lord,” there must be something in my character that conforms to the likeness of God. Until I am born again and really begin to see the kingdom of God, I only see from the perspective of my own biases. What I need is God’s surgical procedure— His use of external circumstances to bring about internal purification.

    Your priorities must be God first, God second, and God third, until your life is continually face to face with God and no one else is taken into account whatsoever. Your prayer will then be, “In all the world there is no one but You, dear God; there is no one but You.”

    Keep paying the price. Let God see that you are willing to live up to the vision.
    by Oswald Chambers
    My utmost for His Highest, devotional of Day July 13).

    May we see the Lord in our hardest times, like Isaiah did.
    Be blessed dear sisters.

  14. Bebe Rogers says:

    This is a lovely reminder. Thank you so much!

  15. Krystle Scott says:

    Good to see you Sarah D.! I’ve been praying for you! ❤️

  16. Katie Nordgren says:


  17. MARTHA HIX says:

    Thank you Lord for this community of She’s and their prayers and kindness for each other!
    I am thankful Lord for your unconditional love, wisdom, and guidance in each of our lives. ❤️

  18. Gayle Craik says:

    I am thankful for the time God has given me with my daughter & her family. God is working with this 2nd round of cancer! My son in law suggested we attend my church in their town! We went & the pastor found out I was from their founding church & asked the congregation to honor me. I jumped up & said I would rather that you pray for me. I told them my diagnosis & the pastor asked if the church could pray for me! I went up front & EVERYONE gathered around me & layer their hands on me! I looked out & my son in law was standing in amazement. He had never seen anything like it he said. He grew sup in a Catholic Church not Pentecostal. I know he’s telling people about it because his Mom asked me about it! God is GOOD ALWAYS!

  19. Jessica Kolar says:

    This is perfect because I was just reminded this week that I needed to give myself more grace

  20. Lynne from Alabama says:

    Good morning, sweet SRT sisters! As always I am praying for each of your requests. Our awesome God is so good and hears all our requests even those we don’t speak out loud! It’s always hard when our requests aren’t answered in the way we had hoped (boy, can I relate to that!) but He sees the full picture and knows exactly what we need)! I pray that each of us can wait for His perfect timing and accept His perfect will!

    For all my sisters who are caregivers for their husbands—May God give us strength, courage, patience, and heal our husbands in His perfect way and timing.

    For all my single sisters—May God encourage you as you wait for the husband/family of your dreams.

    For all my sisters who have prodigal children—My mommy heart breaks for you! May God turn the hearts of your children to Him, encourage you, and give you wisdom in how to deal with them.

    For all my sisters who are waiting on new jobs or have unpleasant situations at work—May God give you His peace as you wait for His will to be done and May you be strong to wait for His provision for you!

    For all my sweet sisters who are dealing with their own health struggles—God has got this! I pray for your complete healing in the name of Jesus! May you and your family be strong and at peace during this struggle! ✝️

    I hope I have covered all of our needs! If I haven’t, please know that I have discussed it with the Lord already! I love you all dear sisters! Have a blessed weekend! ✝️❤️

  21. Sarah D. says:

    Good morning ladies!! I was thinking of SRT and wanted to pop in and say hi! I am doing a study called He’s Where the Joy Is by Tara Leigh Cobble, so that’s why I’ve been gone. My job as a pre-K teacher has been going well overall…have some challenging kids I am trying to manage, but I enjoy it much more than my other job. Praying through my job and also through singleness, as I am interested in a guy at my church, but now am just seeing if/when it will move forward. Working on letting go of my idea of control and letting God move things along in his timing, if that is his plan. He sees the big picture, I can trust him! Praying you all have a restful weekend!

  22. Cheryl Blow says:

    Praying for Jen B, Nancy S, and Bebe!

    This Psalm is one of my favorite scriptures! It just makes me full of joy! He made us, we are His, the sheep of His pasture! We can praise Him because He is good and His love endures forever! His faithfulness continues through all generations!

    Thank you Lord!

  23. Sarah Ritchie says:

    Bebe and Jen I am praying for you both this morning.

    I am thankful for a full week off!

  24. Kerry Rowley says:

    Praying for you @JEN B and @BEBE.

  25. Adrienne says:

    You got it, JEN B. and BEBE ROGERS and many, many others. I am glad your funds have been restored, KELLY (NEO).

    CEE GEE and SEARCHING… I prefer to read in the NIV… That’s what I read when I was a “baby Christian”. (Which I probably still am.❣️) Our past church had recently gone to the ESV, which I have but don’t really love. The church we are attending now uses the KJV, which I don’t love, either. It is hard for me to ”get”. I have a “side by side” Bible with the KJV and NIV in it, which I take to church. That helps.

    Rest in His presence and be thankful today (and every day), sweet she’s!

  26. Cee Gee says:

    God is so THANKSworthy! What a wonderful week of study and community! Love you all!

    SEARCHING – Same here. I prefer to read in the NLT, but the memorization, as you said, competes! When I was in about the 4th grade, our class memorized Psalm 100 for a Thanksgiving assembly. I couldn’t quote the entire Psalm these days, but the key verses are so prominent in my memory. I particularly like how the KJV states v. 3a:
    Know ye that the Lord he is God:
    It is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; … We are so good at trying to ‘make’ or remake ourselves!

    KELLY NEO – HALLELUJAH! Thank you for sharing this issue and this hallelujah moment with us! ❤

    Praying for all requests here and’out there’ and especially praying for:
    JEN B- Praying for strength in the moment, a listening ear and compassion from your betrothed, and strength and confidence in moving forward. And ‘ no hard feelings’ between you!

    BEBE ROGERS – how scary right here at Christmas! Praying you remember to lean on Jesus during this time and for grace and favor where you need it. Looking forward to seeing what God has for your future.

  27. Chanelle DeGraff says:


  28. Aimee D-R says:

    Father thank You for the Blood of Jesus. It’s more than enough. Amen

  29. Jeanie Mclellan says:


  30. Michelle Patire says:

    Going to pray for your requests this morning ♥️

  31. Jen B says:

    Good morning, she’s. I don’t comment often but may I ask for your prayers? I am planning to end my engagement. Thank you.

  32. Bebe Rogers says:

    Hi everyone. I’ve never posted here but I could really use some prayers. I unexpectedly lost my job yesterday and I am scared. This study feels so timely… I will be grateful even in the hard times. But I do feel very down today.

  33. Tara B says:

    Lord, lead me into each moment with thanksgiving and praise! You are worthy! In Jesus Name, Amen

  34. Kelly (NEO) says:

    Good morning Shes
    Thank you for your prayers. All funds have been restored to out bank account. It is unlikely the person will be caught and charged. So thankful for a quick restoration of our money and you all storming heaven on our behalf.

    CASSANDRA ROSE – praying that the Lord will make a way for reconciliation and forgiveness with your parents. Have you and your fiancé found jobs?

    CATHERINE MCVEY – agreeing with in prayer that in the Lord’s kindness your cancer diagnosis will be the catalyst for your son’s surrender to Jesus.

    TAYLOR – how is Haley doing? How’s your best friend’s marrige? Continuing to pray for both

    ERB, HEIDI, SARAH D, DOROTHY, CHURCHMOUSE, ANGIE, LEHUA K – praying all is well with you

  35. Searching says:

    Added the remaining 2 verses to my reading this morning
    Psalm 100: 4 Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.
    5 For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations. KJV

    Side note – I usually read NKJV or NIV (1984) but for the verses I memorized growing up, they come back to me in the KJV words that I learned. Difficult to read another version as I’m correcting as I go.

    CEE GEE ❤️
    GRAMSIESUE, NANCY S, LINDA IN NC, LYNNE FROM AL – praying for each of you and your husbands
    CATHERINE MCVEY – praying for your son’s salvation and your healing
    MARTHA HIX – what a wonderful memory. Joining SHARON JERSEY GIRL in praying for you and the empty seat at your table, and the empty seats at all of our tables.
    CASSANDRA ROSE – praying for healing, wisdom and guidance
    FOSTER MAMA – praying for your goddaughter and family, and for old and new relationships with your babies

    TAYLOR – good to see you, and thank you for sharing your spiritual growth in knowing you were led to turn down the opportunity. A thought that popped in just now – in the long run, it may turn out that things with the opportunity were not as they seemed.❤️

    TRACI GENDRON – so moved by your testimony and strength of faith you shared yesterday, and your trust in God’s plan. ❤️

  36. Colleen DeVeau says:

    LORD, You are so good. In every circumstance, You are God and You are good. Help us to enter into every moment with thanksgiving and praise. Teach us to serve You with gladness in everything, to come before You with singing in our sorrow and joy. You are worthy of it all. Thank You for Your kindness that leads us to repentance. Thank You for calling us Your people, the sheep of Your pasture. Remind us of these truths when we feel unqualified or unworthy to do what You have called us to do and especially when we do not want to do what we have been told. Forgive us for when we fall short of Your glory. Thank You for still calling us Yours. You are so good. Thank You, LORD. In Jesus’s Name, Amen.