Day 28

Weekly Truth

from the Lent 2020: His Love Endures reading plan

Jeremiah 31:34

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 God’s promise of forgiveness, spoken by the prophet Jeremiah and fulfilled in Christ.

“For I will forgive their iniquity and never again remember their sin.”
—Jeremiah 31:34b

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23 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Lisa Z says:

    Thank You Father for forgiving our sins. Help us to share this forgiveness with all we meet and to those with whom we live. Help us to spread Your light of forgiveness on our broken world. Shield us from the lies of the enemy. Help us feel Your presence daily.
    Thank you all so much for being here. SRT is an awesome group that i just discovered before Christmas. So grateful, particularily at this trying time. Grateful always for your wise words, Churchmouse. Anyone heard from Tina from across the pond?

  2. Doris says:

    Thanking God for His grace. Not forgetting that God is a totally forgiving and loving Father.
    Sin tries to leave a stain but Father God has washed as white as snow. We are forgiven, we are loved, we are blessed we His unconditional, everlasting love.

  3. Sue says:

    The Assurance of Pardon (from the study book) this week comes from Psalm 32: “How joyful is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered.”

    May be believe God’s promise to forgive and forget and may we live with joy.

  4. Sharon Smith says:

    Thank you Churchmouse ~ you always give me hope and a new perspective ~ you are a conduit for our Lord’s words~ I’m grateful for your posts- sending you and all my SRT sisters love , peace , and Joy! ❤️

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  6. Anne Jones says:

    Thank you Churchmouse. We DO fall for Satan’s lies even when we know what God tells us. Jesus please forgive my weakness and strengthen my faith. Help me to shout your promises every time Satan starts whispering his lies.

  7. Churchmouse says:

    God made us to be a remembering people. We are to recall His past dealings with us so that we can be confident in Him today and in the future. His ways are for our good and His glory. We also remember our failings, and they are many. Some are awful. BUT when we confess, God forgives and forgets. Oh but the devil is intent to remind us of those sins. It’s one of his best tactics, a subversive scheme. Forgetting that God is a totally forgiving God keeps us in bondage. It undermines our fulfilling His purpose in our lives. We fall for the lie that we’re not good enough and that He’s not loving enough, that He can’t really be trusted. We begin to view God as if He was like us. Today’s verse needs shouted. Let’s believe what He says. Let’s quit rehearsing the lies. Let’s stop reminding God of something He’s forgotten. Let’s forgive ourselves. Because He has.

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    3. Nancy Singleton says:

      Very wise words!

    4. Diana Degnan says:

      Oooh yes and Amen!! This reminder !

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