Day 28

Weekly Truth

from the Proverbs reading plan


Proverbs 16:8

BY She Reads Truth

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

This week, we will commit to memory a proverb about wisdom concerning our interactions with the material world.

Better a little with righteousness than great income with injustice.
—Proverbs 16:8

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8 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. Brandy Deruso says:

    Lord im commited to you

  2. Melissa Mcronney says:

    Powerful. Amen

  3. Jennifer Anapol says:

    ❤️

  4. Cathy says:

    As Hillsong’s “What a Beautiful Name” says….He didn’t want heaven without us…so He brought heaven to us….teaching us to rely on Christ and not our earthly treasures.

    1. Brandy Deruso says:

      Amen Cathy love that song

  5. Mari V says:

    Contentment. Thank you Churchmouse for this reminder. Today’s verse does the same.
    As a single mom with an “OK” income, I don’t need those nice quality cosmetics, clothes, etc. I have what I need. My priority are my kids to make sure their needs are met. But God… Jehovah Jireh. My provider. MY GOD is faithful and is taking good care of us. I do my best to no longer worry because I know He will provide.
    I can totally testify to that. My kids have witnessed our God providing for us. Do we have some wants? Other needs? Of course we do, BUT we have what we need and we will trust God for the rest.

  6. ERB says:

    Churchmouse, I LOVE that scripture you shared in Philippians 4 (verses 11-13) it ties in perfectly with what God has been giving me about God being my ALL in ALL. There is a line being drawn in the sand… we must choose what side we are standing on..there is no more stradling or half-hearted committed-ness…there is God..and there is not God!! We must choose who and what we are serving!!! Amen!!!

  7. Churchmouse says:

    It’s good to ponder Philippians 4:11-13 when thinking about income. May I be a good and faithful steward of what I have. Let me count my blessings more than I count my neighbor’s.

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