Day 21

Weekly Truth

from the The Presence of God reading plan

Psalm 73:28

BY She Reads Truth

Scripture is God-breathed and true. When we memorize it, we carry the good news of Jesus with us wherever we go.

Over the course of this reading plan, we’ve worked on memorizing Psalm 73:28. This week, we will memorize the final line of the verse.

But as for me, God’s presence is my good.
I have made the Lord GOD my refuge,
so I can tell about all you do.
—Psalm 73:28

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20 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Brandy Deruso says:

    Lord you are my refuge my strong tower!

  2. Dezarae Dorsey says:

    Go and tell

  3. Alicia McCann says:

    Help me to make you my refuge Lord

  4. CeeGee says:

    SANDI – There is older song that I love: Surely the Presence of the LORD Is in this Place. I think it’s by Lanny Wolfe. The words are: Surely the Presence of the LORD Is in this place; I can feel His mighty power His grace. I can feel the touch of angel’s wings, I see glory on each face, surely the presence of the LORD is in this place.

  5. Taylor says:

    Sandi, I’m currently obsessed with “The Blessing” by Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, and Elevation Worship. Kari Jobe also just put out a song called “First Love” that I really like too :) Also “Faithful to the End” and “Pieces” by Bethel Music!

    1. Sandi Wellnitz says:

      Thanks so much.

  6. Michelle Deese says:

    “Peace Be Still” by The Belonging Co. with Lauren Daigle is one you might consider. Music is so powerful!!

    1. Sandi Wellnitz says:

      Thanks Michelle.

  7. Sandi Wellnitz says:

    Today my response is worship and I am building a Presence playlist. I would love to hear any songs that my sisters might add. So far I have I Need Thee Every Hour (from our study book), My Weapon – Natalie Grant, Nothing Else – Cody Carnes and Oceans – Hillsong United. What else would you add?

    1. Gail F says:

      Abide With Me Audrey Assad
      We’re Gonna Be Alright Switchfoot

      1. Gail F says:

        Sorry that they ran together. Second song is We’re Gonna Be Alright by Switchfoot

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