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Nahum 1:7

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

This week we will memorize the key verse for Nahum.

The Lᴏʀᴅ is good, a stronghold in a day of distress; he cares for those who take refuge in him.
—Nahum 1:7

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  1. Amy Leggitt says:

    I find this very calming and soothing in such dark times.

  2. Lois Cox says:

    Yes indeed He is a stronghold!!!

  3. Chriss Diltz says:

    I’m new to really understanding what it means to believe in Christ. This scripture designates with me today. All your posts are very encouraging.

  4. Steph C says:

    He is good. He knows me because I trust Him. What more do I need to be content? He is good. He knows me. He loves me. I am His.

    1. PamC says:

      Love this❤️

  5. AnneLyn P says:

    Praying for you in this season of difficulty. God is still on the throne.

  6. Tricia Cavanaugh says:

    Churchmouse, I appreciate your candor in this place. Praying for you in this season of waiting on Him. He is faithful.

  7. Kelly Chataine says:

    Wonderful verse! Something is up with my husband. He fell Friday evening, yesterday afternoon, yesterday evening and then I prevented the 4th fall. I have interviewed three times and hope for a part-time or flexible position (one position would allow working from home). My teaching position is extremely difficult this year and it wears me out. Our son, daughter-in-law, and grandson will be moving out in approximately two weeks, which means Dennis will be alone every day while I am at school. I am praying, trusting, hoping and takin refuge.

    1. Kelly Chataine says:


      1. JB says:

        You’ve had such a difficult year. Praying for light in this darkness.

    2. Churchmouse says:

      Praying for God to meet all your needs – for a position that frees you to better care for your husband, that the reason for these falls would be determined and they would cease, for peace and confidence that God sees and cares so deeply for you. Hugs from here, friend.

    3. Lara Castillo says:

      Praying for you and your husband Kelly. Keep trusting Him, He will provide.

    4. Sue says:

      Lifting you in prayer Kelly.

      May God be your stronghold as you travel this difficult journey.

    5. Susan says:

      Praying for all the details to align concerning your job and your husbands situation. Praying for healing and comfort this day and the coming days.

    6. AnneLyn P says:

      Praying for you and the situation.

    7. Mari V says:

      Praying for you Kelly. Praying God’s will will be done and what is best for you and your family. Even though we walk to different valleys I know that life can be hard. I’m so thankful for this wonderful community of women then we can come before God to pray for one another.

    8. PamC says:

      Kelly you are a daily example of walking in faith through the long dark valleys. I’m praying with all these wonderful ladies and you for the Lord’s blessings and will.

    9. Liz C says:

      Praying for you and Dennis during this trying time. Hope you find the right position for you soon and that Dennis continues to get better with no more setbacks.

  8. Churchmouse says:

    I have been living in “a day of distress” that has now lasted several months. God is indeed my stronghold. I cling to His words for they give me strength to persevere and not lose hope. I strap on the armor of God every morning and recall His faithfulness. I praise Him for Who He is and what He has done in my life. I trust what He’s done before, He will do again. He is unchanging. He is True to His Word. I know He alone is my deliverer. I wait on Him, expectantly. He is a good good Father. He takes care of me.

    1. Sue says:

      Church mouse, thank you for your vulnerability and for being part of this community. You have been an inspiration to me as I read your words each day.

      Praying you will feel the arms of our good, good Father around you today as you take refuge in Him.

      1. Churchmouse says:

        Thank you, Sue. Your words are a balm to my heart.

    2. Susan says:

      Praying for you this day and the coming days. You are and have been such an encouragement to me through many of these studies, as I have read your words. Even though you are walking this dark path now, you do so with so much light and faith, that one can only be encouraged by your walk. I have written more than once in my journals, after reading your words, this is one woman of faith that I can’t wait to meet in heaven. Until then, I pray for you! Susan from Michigan.

    3. Mari V says:

      Churchmouse, God is and has been using you in my life. You have been in inspiration not only to me but to all of us here at SRT. Please know I think of you and pray for you all the time. I am so sorry you walking this valley of distress. Please know WE are walking this valley with you AS you are walking “our” valley with us. I know you personally are praying for me and that brings me so much comfort. I too am looking forward to meeting you someday when we all see Jesus face-to-face. (Mari in California)

    4. PamC says:

      Churchmouse you are a fount if God’s wisdom and love. You freely share daily, encouraging all of us, even while you walk through this difficult season. You are such a blessing. I’m joining my prayers to these in Christ’s name and love. Pam in CA

    5. Liz C says:

      Praying that through these dark days, the light of Jesus illuminates your way. I join with the other ladies to say that you have been a source of inspiration for me and I look forward to your words everyday. Hope this “day” ends soon.