Day 7

Weekly Truth

from the Genesis reading plan


Genesis 1:31

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 we will memorize the key verse for the book of Genesis, a declaration of God’s satisfaction with the work He accomplished while creating the world.

God saw all that He had made, and it was very good indeed.
—Genesis 1:31a

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30 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Mari V says:

    Ken Ham is at our church today. So interesting as we are currently going through Genesis.

    1. Sandi Wellnitz says:

      That’s awesome! What a blessing.

  2. Deja Gibson says:

    This is a good memory verse!

  3. Jennifer Anapol says:

    I love that God looked into creation and saw that everything was good❤️

  4. Mari V says:

    Today is a good day! Today 14 years ago at 6:40 AM and approximately 6 hours of Labor, the Lord blessed me with my little girl! Yes today is a good day!

  5. Mikki B says:

    I feel hope when I read this bible verse as it tells me everything is exactly as it should be.

    This year I’m trying to be content, enjoying everything that God puts in front of me, which is difficult for someone with anxiety and wanting to control everything. I have already seen it work wonders in my life so far in these two weeks of 2020.

    God bless all of you, thankful for this community every day!

    1. Jianellie Manalastas says:

      “..as it tells me everything is exactly as it should be.” I love that. Because I feel like us humans think that things need to be better. (Not that there’s anything wrong with wanting to grow.) But there’s a point where we’ve also got to enjoy the season that we’re in and to stop looking for the next big thing. I feel like that’s where a big part of the anxiety comes from. But if we just stopped and remembered this truth: God is pleased with what He made and called it good. Thanks for sharing! :)

  6. Linda Faas says:

    I’m confused by God saying “nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them”. So then he mixed up the languages etc. can you help me with that?

    1. JoAnn Zyph says:

      The way I read Genesis 11:5-9 is that the people were becoming self-reliant and building things that could take the place of God in their lives. The different languages was a gift from God to make them more reliant on Him and less on their collective selves. I will be eager to see what we learn about this on Monday.

      1. Linda Faas says:

        Thanks JoAnn. As I read commentary on this and the same verses in the Amplified version I think you are spot on.

  7. Erin Kennedy says:

    Love this!

  8. Kara says:

    Genesis forces me to look up, look back. Away from all the little worries that come with life in a broken world. He spoke everything we know into being with a word. He loved us and modeled our behavior to point to relationship with Him.

    Thank you God for your constant pursuit. Help me to appreciate the depth and breadth of you – well beyond what we could even imagine!

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