Weekly Truth

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Genesis 26:24

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

This week we will memorize a verse spoken by God to Isaac, reassuring Isaac of God’s presence with him.

“I am the God of your father Abraham. Do not be afraid, for I am with you.”
—Genesis 26:24

Save the image below as a lock screen for your phone so you can read these words throughout the day.

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  1. Melissa Mcronney says:

    Powerful promise from God

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I got my first She Reads Truth Bible, today. I’m new to bible study :) hopefully I will understand everything.

  3. Helen Wilson says:

    I have just started using SRT, would someone please tell me who to download today’s verse as a lock screen? I’ve found some other verses older ones I guess that have a download arrow but not today’s. Thanks in advance.

    1. Bessie H says:

      Helen, what I do is tap the image and a set of options comes up. Click on ‘save image’. Then I go to the settings on my phone and to the wallpaper. There you can go to the image and download it as your lock screen. Not sure that helped, but hat is what I do.

  4. Mari V says:

    Sometimes, I still feel afraid. I feel weak. I’m so thankful God gave us His WORD to remind me “not to be afraid” He is with me. My daughter and I had an extended conversation yesterday. I was transparent with her. I told her that sometimes I’m still afraid of the unknown. I poured out my heart with her, “carefully”. Tears were rolling down her face as she poured her heart out as well. (we’ve had this conversation before)
    BUT GOD…… He goes before us. He is healing us and can heal her too. I told her it will take time but not to give up. In time she will heal. She’ll be able to forgive.
    I am thankful she and I are on this journey “together”. I love her SO much and it breaks my heart to see her hurt, but I need to be strong for the both of us. With God on my side, I can do this.

  5. Anastasia says:

    Ari, I know your ministry event went exactly the way God wanted it to go! I pray you were able to get what God wanted to give you from it as well

    Happy Sunday!

  6. Diana Fleenor says:

    I join you ladies in awe of our God who assures our fearful hearts that he is with us! As I consider that he is “the God of your father Abraham”, I’m reminded that as a Gentile believer I, too, am a child of Abraham. I need this truth to sweep over me daily as I continue to walk in a very isolating illness in which “feeling” like I belong in the family of God can be a challenge. But God…in His word, His presence, and His love, he continues to remind me circumstances don’t define my place in his family; faith in Christ does! Given my past fall into despair, this is certainly a testimony of God’s work in a despairing heart!

  7. Tina says:

    Tiffany, isn’t it????

    I sometimes have to stop, breathe and smile…

    The same God, who was the God of Abraham is MY God!!! My God!!!

    Awesome, awesome truth…

    Thank you God.. thank you!❤

    Sisters Happy Sunday!❤

  8. Melissa Graves says:

    Thanks, Churchmouse, as usual, I needed that!

  9. Tracie Nall says:

    So thankful in every and all situation I walk into and encounter, God is not only with me but has already gone ahead of me to prepare my path, remove the obstacles that would cause me to stumble and prepare the place for my arrival! He accompanies me in the mundane tasks of my dailyness not just the important events of my life, He care about the quiet times and chaotic, He never leaves me for a more important meeting or a more prestigious client, He gives me His undivided attention! I am so thankful for Gods presence in my life!

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  10. Ari says:

    Amen, Audrey!

  11. Ari says:

    You know ladies, I opened my laptop with much fear, anxiousness, and trepidation. I have gotten behind in my seminary/grad school work, and I have a big event today for the ministry I help direct. I have so many thoughts about how I want it to go. But this is perfect for me today. To set my lock screen and to set my heart upon this truth, that the God of Abraham is walking with me through the college campus and I need not be afraid both in school work and in ministry. I operate from walking alongside with the victor. Lord give me this assurance today, that you are with me.

  12. Anne Jones says:

    Churchmouse thank you, I reflect your thoughts exactly. Ina minute my fears can overwhelm me . I have teenage boys. Your reminder is what I need that God is always able and with us.

  13. Tiffany Monczewski says:

    How amazing it is that the God of Abraham is MY God, too!

  14. Sue says:

    Love the present tense.

    I AM the God of your father Abraham,
    not I was.

    I AM with you,
    not I was, or I will be someday.

    Present tense, right now. God is with us.

  15. Churchmouse says:

    The older I get the more fraught with danger the world seems. Perhaps I’m just more aware of the larger world around me than when I was younger when my universe revolved mainly around me. My imagination can take me to the land of “what if” in a matter of seconds. But I’m a Christian and I know that this fear is not of God. So I put up my stop sign and remind myself that God (GOD!) is with me. Though I may feel I am not able, He is. All that I need, He has and will provide. These truths slow my breathing and correct my thinking. What do I have to fear when Jesus is near? Not. One. Thing.

    1. Meghan Hempe says:

      Perfectly stated ChurchMouse! I have to remind myself of this daily. ❤️

    2. Sarah Pickering says:

      God is so good. Nothing is impossible. Everything you need will be provided. He IS life!

  16. Blessed Beth says:

    Amen Audrey, amen!

  17. Becky says:

    Thank you Audrey for this, so encouraging!

  18. Audrey Flores says:

    For as long as I can remember I have been an over thinker. I analyze every thought I have and every action I take in a day. I often question a step in my faith journey a 100 times before, during, and after the step. I know it’s a habit I picked up from my traumatic childhood. Last summer I tried reading Genesis on my own power and didn’t succeed. In the time where I needed to know that God is with me everywhere and will provide for me, He freely have it to me in this study. Ladies He truly has a hand in every moment, situation, and experience in our lives. He will use our pain for greatness that we cannot imagine. I pray that all of us will put this scripture into our heart and praise Him on the journey because He is with us.