Remember Your Kingdom Rest

Open Your Bible

Ephesians 2:1-10, Hebrews 4:4, Hebrews 4:9-10, Revelation 14:13, Revelation 22:1-17

Start each day by reading the Scripture. During this reading plan, we’ll then use the summary provided here to guide our discussion around the daily reading.

As God’s people, we can rest in the reality that we have a place in the kingdom of God—not because of our own work, but because of the full and final work of Christ. 

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  1. Alexis Adams says:

    That also stuck out to me more than anything else today!

  2. Terri Baldwin says:

    12 “Behold, I am coming soon, bringing my recompense with me, to repay each one for what he has done. – Revelation 22:12. “Come! Anyone who hears, who thirst or desires to take the water of life freely”.

  3. Zoey Ferens says:

    I was struck by “And there will no longer be any curse…” wow can you even imagine? I long for that day

  4. Lara-Turiya Molitschnig says:

    We are saved by grace. ♥️Amen.

  5. Annie says:

    I don’t have to “earn” my place in the Kingdom of God (I could never). Christ earned my place for me and has saved me by His grace and love.

    Thank You, Jesus! I am so unworthy, but You make me worthy.

  6. Dorothy says:

    So as I have mentioned before, I read my Scripture from a Bible titled Thrive: A Journaling Devotional Bible for Women and it has some very interesting and awe-inspiring items in the devotions that are worth passing on. For the Scripture of Ephesians 2:2 under the Reflection part is “Pretending the enemy isn’t real doesn’t protect us from Satan’s attacks. There is a spiritual war going on all around us, and our faith in God is like a shield that protects us from the enemy’s attack. And it isn’t just what we believe that protects us — it is also who we believe in that will guard our hearts minds and ultimately our lives. The Holy Spirit is always present with us in the battle.”

    FATHER GOD, I yield to You and allow You to WORK IN ME to do the GOOD THINGS YOU have planned. Help me to stay on the straight and narrow. AMEN.

    Be blessed and rest assured God, Christ and the Holy Spirit are always with you.

  7. Carly S says:

    This is so simple, but today I was struck by the end of Ephesians 2:5, “You are saved by grace!” I read that, and immediately thought “I AM saved!” And I want to live like it. I want to do all things, interact with all people, from a place of knowing and believing I’ve been saved. I hope everyone has a great day today!

  8. Regina Clinton says: