Day 14

Weekly Truth

from the 1 & 2 Corinthians reading plan

1 Corinthians 6:19-20

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 is a reminder that Christ’s sacrifice for us includes the entire self—body as well as soul.

Don’t you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God? You are not your own,  for you were bought at a price. So glorify God with your body.
—1 Corinthians 6:19-20

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24 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Amy Geer says:

    The correct one is on the SRT website for those of you who can’t wait for the correction!

  2. Courtney Stoops says:

    Or maybe it’s a test to see if we are really paying attention! :)

  3. Courtney Stoops says:

    Hmm.. I think someone made a mistake lol

    1. Ashley Thornton says:

      I was thinking the same thing lol

  4. Jennifer Brennit says:

    Hey lovely SRT monitors :) There might be a wrong lock screen posted for today! Thanks for checking!

    1. She Reads Truth says:

      Thank so much for letting us know Jennifer! The lock screen has been now corrected. We’re so glad that you’re reading along with us! -Margot, The SRT Team

  5. Jennifer Daniels says:

    Is that the right image for the weekly verse? I’m a little confused…

    1. Jennifer Brennit says:

      I think it’s a mistake too…

    2. She Reads Truth says:

      Hi Jennifer, we’re sorry for any confusion. The lock screen has been corrected and we appreciate you reaching out! -Margot, The SRT Team

  6. Kelly Chataine says:

    God is and has been calling me to take care of myself, my temple, His residence and it is time that I start.

    1. PamC says:

      Me too!

  7. Karen Vandenberg says:

    How can I better myself each day so that I honor Him?.

    1. Ruth Lund says:

      This is my prayer too, today. I am so flawed but Jesus has more than made up for that. Sometimes I feel so tired because of sleepless nights with my two young boys. I have made up my mind to go to Church today anyway despite waking up really tired and grumpy. It’s hard work if i go because my husband doesn’t go so its just me and the two year old and four year old – but of course it always works out when I make the effort! I really want to be a good example for my children but need help to do that. I’m going to rely on the fact that Jesus has washed away my sins and he is right beside me helping me every step if I trust in him and let him in completely. Help me to live in a way that honours you, Lord! Praying for any others out there who also feel tired today. We can do it if we lean on Jesus. I believe it in my heart, I just need to apply it.

      1. Andie Toce says:

        I was in your shoes, where you are with two young boys and a husband who rarely attended church. I encourage you to be strong, stay faithful and extend grace to your husband as you have been given grace by God. It took a long time (years, in fact!) but, God honored and blessed my faithfulness and my husband began going to church with us, became a volunteer leader in our student and youth ministries in our church and has even helped lead a men’s Bible study at his office (10+ years now!). Resist fussing or complaining to your husband or defending him or complaining about his lack of faith or participation to those who ask “Where is your husband today; Does he not come to church with you?”. My answer was always that I had put my husband in God’s hands and that God would lead him where He wanted him to be. I just placed my husband in God’s hands and did my best to be faithful in growing MY relationship with the Lord by attending church, participating in Bible study and placing my boys in a position to grow in the knowledge of God as well. God will honor your faithfulness. Be joyful in the Lord and let God take care of getting your husband to church! Take care of your spiritual well-being and the fruits of the spirit that grow in you will be a blessing and example to your husband and boys.
        God bless you today sweet Ruth!

    2. Amber Anyanwu says:

      I love this question and it is going right next to the scripture for this week. Thanks for sharing!

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