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Isaiah 43:1-2

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 have memorized Isaiah 43:1–2. Spend some time reviewing the entire passage to strengthen your memorization, reminding yourself that God’s presence and promises hold in every circumstance you may face.

Now this is what the LORD says—
the one who created you, Jacob,
and the one who formed you, Israel—
“Do not fear, for I have redeemed you;
I have called you by your name; you are mine.
When you pass through the waters,
I will be with you,
and the rivers will not overwhelm you.
When you walk through the fire,
you will not be scorched,
and the flame will not burn you.”
—Isaiah 43:1–2

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  1. Ashara Perry says:

    Amen, great close to a great study ❤️

  2. Reagan Mitchell says:

    No matter where I am, because Jesus has made me new, God is right there.

  3. Brittani Jones says:


  4. Alexis says:

    This was a beautiful and helpful study. I have recently reunited with God, after too many years foolishly thinking that all I needed was myself to get by in this crazy world. This is the first bible study I have completed from start to finish, and I feel so much better for it. I have learned to trust God more and to give my fears to him. I feel stronger and braver after this study. Thank you for making it free for all, it was such a gift. Praise to God!

  5. Olivia Mills says:


  6. Stormi Messmer says:


  7. Nichole Hobson says:

    When God of all creation says “you are mine”.
    I have redeemed you”
    “I have called you by your name”

    What else could one need?

  8. Susan Joiner says:

    This has been one of my favorite studies. This one will stay in my devotional basket because I have a feeling I will refer to it a lot. Very timely!

  9. Alayna P. says:

    I truly needed this study at this time in my life

  10. Ashlee Hickson says:

    This was such a great devotional! I have truly enjoyed it and look forward to memorizing Isaiah 43:1-2 and taking it with me everywhere I go!

  11. Jennifer Anapol says:

    This has been an amazing study. Thank you she reads truth! Even when bad things do happen to us, God won’t let them completely destroy our souls. He holds our souls with himself. ❤️

  12. JanB says:

    Jennifer Loves Jesus – Thank you for your beautiful, strong message of faith. It perfectly expresses what deep faith in Jesus looks like! May each of us renew our commitment of faith as we face each day and any trials that come to us. There is Hope in Christ alone. He is trustworthy and faithful. We can trust Him. Hallelujah!

  13. Sarah Adams says:

    Sisters, I want to encourage you with the song, Honey In The Rock by Brooke Ligertwood + Brandon Lake. And if you don’t have the physical book, the benediction page stopped me in my tracks and brought me to tears. Only God. “And what more can I say? Time is too short for me to tell about Gideon, Barak, Samson, Jephthah, David, Samuel, and the prophets, who by faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, obtained promises, shut the mouths of lions, quenched the raging of fire, escaped the edge of the sword, gained strength in weakness, became mighty in battle, and put foreign armies to flight. Women received their dead, raised to life again. Other people were tortured, not accepting release, so that they might gain a better resurrection. Others experienced mockings and scourgings, as well as bonds and imprisonment. They were stoned, they were sawed in two, they died by the sword, they wandered about in sheepskins, in goatskins, destitute, afflicted, and mistreated. The world was not worthy of them. They wandered in deserts and on mountains, hiding in caves and holes in the ground. All these were approved through their faith, but they did not receive what was promised, since God had provided something better for us, so that they would not be made perfect without us.”
    ‭‭Hebrews‬ ‭11:32-40‬ ‭CSB‬‬

  14. Victoria E says:

    Amen Tina. Lynne, praying for Jack. GramsieSue still praying for you and Steve. Brooke P, praying for you as well. Have a blessed Sunday everyone.

  15. Tanya Lister says:

    Yes! This study was exactly what I needed to hear from God. I actually laughed when I saw the title of it…God knows what we need. ❤️

  16. Dorothy says:

    Kelly (NEO) when I talked with my d-i-l on the 19th at my birthday dinner she and my son fixed for me, she said her mom was having problems finding a chemotherapy that would work because many of them she became severally sick with.
    Jennifer Loves Jesus — love what you wrote.

  17. Mari V says:

    Good morning sisters! Once again another beautiful and right-on-time bible study. I love how God works that way. May you all enjoy your places of worship where they’re in your homes or in person I pray that God speak to us in a mighty way.

  18. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    My heart’s desire is to be with Jesus. My Saviour, the One who gives me rest. I will not fear war. I will not fear pain. I will not fear loss. He will carry me through. And even if I feel fearful, I will trust in Christ. My eyes will look above the chaos, even as my feet walk through it. My hands will reach for others, to pull them along if needed. And when I find rest, it shall be in God alone. Like the dove flying above the chaos of water in search of land, she would always return to the ark to rest in safety. Until that branch of evidence came, she always had a place to return. There will come a day… As I go out in search of my heart’s desires, adventurning and living in God’s creation, I know there will be nothing in the world to rest upon, nothing else will satisfy me in a salvation kind of way. So I will treasure things God gives in the darkness (Isaiah 45). I will look for His true Light to guide me. I know the fiery flames will not scorch me. Because He formed me and gave me my name (Isaiah 43). I am His. Always. And as an heir of the King, I will courageously obey His commands. As the world rages, I am safe. His joy is within me, overflowing when I feel empty because my heart is set on Him. Tapped into the everflowing stream of mercy and grace. Thank you Jesus. May Your truth be what I want more than anything else.

  19. Dorothy says:

    This study has been wonderful!!! Thank you SRT and my sisters in Christ. I have learned so much about myself and fear.
    Thank you also for your prayers for Finley and family, so far she is doing good and hasn’t gotten sick any more. We are increasing the strength of her formula gradually and hopefully that will work.
    Be blessed and fear not for the Lord is with you always sisters.

  20. Kirsten Scheller says:


  21. SEARCHING says:

    Amen, TINA. Praying for Ukraine.

    LEISA LARSON – praying for your grandson, Alaska.

  22. Lynne from Alabama says:

    Thank you all for your prayers for my precious husband Jack! He is still recovering from his abdominal surgery. We are going to the oncologist Thursday for our first doctor visit and PET scan. We are ready to finally address the cancer but anxious over what we will find out. Please continue to pray for Jack and that he will have an optimistic attitude and will be willing to do all he needs to do to get better.

    I pray for each of you daily.

  23. Melissa Mcronney says:


  24. Marjorie Crites says:

    I have called you by name. My father made me and knows me and calls me by name. He will never leave me nor forsake me, Praise God.

  25. Kelly (NEO) says:

    HOLLY MITCHELL – praying the Lord brings you comfort as you grieve the loss of your grandpa. And He gives you wisdom in seeking treatment for your physical issues.

    LEISA LARSON – praying for your grandson Alaska. May he come to Jesus for salvation and be an ambassador for God’s kingdom through his battle with the Juvenile Batten disease.

    MARIAM M – how is your father doing?

    MARI – how is Tammie?

    LYNNE FROM AL – how is Jack?

    MAURA – you mentioned your friend Yvette was in final stages of cancer a while ago. Praying for her family and friends.

    DOROTHY – how is your DIL’s mom?

    KC – how is the COVID brain fog?

    LIZZY BUTTERFIELD – how is Nate?

    SISSY – did your friend’s husband have his surgery?

  26. Morgan Latham says:

    God is with us in everything. That I know for certain.

  27. Rhonda J. says:

    Good Sunday Morning!

    Hope you all are having a good wkd! In a volatile world, we have our God. No. Matter. What. What an awe-inspiring thought this morning as the world abroad is scary, our country is shockingly split in atmosphere, and our own lives are full of anxiousness and anxieties and worries. But God is with us, from above watching and knowing all, and right in our own spirit, comforting and guiding us. And Jesus Christ, the humble example and many of His followers providing the example of conquering the world and enemies against them. It is so comforting that although we don’t know what’s ahead, we do know it will be all ok. Set your eyes above.

  28. Jennifer Martin says:


  29. Barb Huff says:

    This passage really stopped me in my tracks. It doesn’t if you go through fire/water but when you go through…So beyond thankful He is with me through all my stuff.

  30. Mary Ann Graves says:

    And you also

  31. Tina says:

    SHARON GUSTOVICH, Thank you for this prayer..
    I add my Amen..

    Dear Heavenly and Mighty Lord,

    You are my Savior and I thank you for all that you have done in the past, for what you are doing now, and what you will do in the future.

    I praise you for your goodness and love. And for sending your son, Jesus Christ, who gave his life to forgive me of my sins, so that I may have eternal life with you in Heaven.

    I come to you, along with my friends and family, to ask for Your protection for the Ukrainian nation against the Russian invaders.

    Lord, I pray that you give the Ukrainian’s your mighty strength to stand up to the Russian oppression, and to know that You are with them. I pray that they will recognize and see You in your miracles and works. In Your Word I read; 2 Chronicles 20: 17, “You do not have to fight this battle. Position yourselves, stand still, and see the Salvation of the Lord.” I boldly pray to you, and have faith in your ways, my Father, and pray that Your Will will be done.

    Help me Lord, to always seek you in all that I do, and help me to keep you as the true light and leader in my life.

    I graciously ask you, in sweet Jesus’s name,