Day 21

Weekly Truth

from the Psalms for Prayer reading plan

Psalm 143:8

BY She Reads Truth

Scripture is God-breathed and true. When we memorize it,  we carry the gospel with us wherever we go.

This week’s verse reminds us to go to God first when we need help.

Let me experience
your faithful love in the morning,
for I trust in you.
Reveal to me the way I should go
because I appeal to you.
—Psalm 143:8

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24 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Molly Gilbane says:

    This was such a beautiful study! What a wonderful way to break down prayer into feasible, comprehensible actions.

    Above all, I have learned that there is no worry too small to approach God with. He cares about every detail of our lives. I also have been reminded that God is not spiteful— He does not play games. His love for us is steadfast and true. His love never fails!

  2. E Hong says:

    amennn -ellie

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  4. Tasha Enderby says:

    This whole psalm is close to my heart as you read it you can clearly see the battle of depression that David fights… yet when the darkness comes he chooses to seek God a fresh each and every day. I often let the darkness of my own depression damper my days before they even start but I am encouraged by this reminder.

  5. Brittany Holmes says:

    Happy Mother’s Day. It is my prayer that I stop and be still enough to hear His sweet voice.

  6. Lynne Stephenson says:

    I’m calling out to the LORD to reveal the way I should go in my own life as big changes are coming.

  7. Bessie says:

    I’m praying today for the women that find this a difficult day. There are many circcumstances where wishing someone a ‘happy mother’s day’ is painful and I’m praying for you. May you feel God’s presence today whatever your circumstances and know that you are loved.

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