Rest for the Weary
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Matthew 11:25-30, Isaiah 40:28-31, Psalm 16:1-11
BY She Reads Truth
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.
Through His death, burial, and resurrection, Jesus offers spiritual rest to the weary and to all that will come to Him. In Christ, we are unburdened from attempting to provide security and wholeness for ourselves.
126 thoughts on "Rest for the Weary"
God is so so good. The peace and rest He gives is incomparable to the anxiety and burdens that we feel. My soul NEEDS rest. So I shall go to Him. His yoke is easy and His burden is light, which is the opposite of what I’m feeling right now.
I grow faint and weary, but He doesn’t. I need Him and I need to trust in Him.
Idolatry leads to sorrows, but taking refuge in God leads to a multitude of blessings. He is here to listen yesterday, today, and forever, so I should lean into Him and confide in Him. He leads to abundant joy and eternal pleasures, what a blessing.
I will praise the Lord who counsels me —
even at night my conscience instructs me. – Psalms 16:7
Praise be to God for his constant love and protection. For his many blessings and for his unending grace.
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