Day 28

Weekly Truth

from the Exodus reading plan

Exodus 15:1-3

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, as we continue to memorize Exodus 15:1–3, we will finish memorizing verse 2, which demonstrates Israel’s commitment to praise the Lord.

1 I will sing to the LORD,
for he is highly exalted;
he has thrown the horse
and its rider into the sea.
2 The LORD is my strength and my song;
he has become my salvation.
This is my God, and I will praise him,
my father’s God, and I will exalt him.
3 The LORD is a warrior;
the LORD is his name.
—Exodus 15:1–3

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  1. Nitz . says:


  2. Ashley Thomas says:

    Whenever they mentioning singing and songs in the Bible I always wonder to what time did they sing? This is the musician in me. I wish they had written the music notes with the songs.

  3. Dorothy says:

    Sisters, I want to thank you for all the comments, especially Tina and Kelly (NEO) and Jennifer Loves Jesus, what you commented help to bring my positive attitude back. You see after my sister told me yesterday I couldn’t understand why God would want to take another person I loved so dearly. Since 2003, I’ve lost my son, my mom, my dad, my brother-in-law and my niece (who was like a daughter). But with all the comments I read today I’m feeling more positive. Thank you sisters.

  4. Dorothy says:

    So yesterday I tried to put a comment in about the different versions of Psalm 29:2 and how they can help me and other understand the Bible better. You see, I have dyslexia and learning problems so it’s not always easy for me to understand wording, large words or what people say. I sometimes have to read something two or three times. Please don’t change the way you write though. These are the versions that stood out to me:
    NET — Acknowledge the majesty of the Lord’s reputation! Worship the Lord in holy attire!
    GOD’S WORD — Give to the Lord the glory his name deserves. Worship the Lord in ⸤his⸥ holy splendor.
    Good News — Praise the Lord’s glorious name; bow down before the Holy One when he appears.
    The Message — In awe before the glory, in awe before God’s visible power. Stand at attention!
    Dress your best to honor him!
    New International Readers Version — Praise the Lord for the glory that belongs to him. Worship the Lord because of his beauty and holiness.
    This last version is geared more towards 3rd – 7th graders, it’s the version they took to camp.

    Sisters, I have two prayer requests: yesterday my sister, Carol, found out she has bone cancer. It’s in the early stages so the doctors’ say it’s very treatable. Second my d-i-l goes for embryo implant later this week and we hope everything goes well.
    Be blessed and think positive.

  5. Lexi B says:

    Tina, praying for you and your siblings. I went through this with both my mom and uncle as they were passing. To cope with their lingering on, we would joke that in our family, we don’t know how to let go, even in death. It is a hard thing to experience indeed and I wish I could give you a hug.

    Julia, praying for your time with N and a chance to share the gospel.

    Happy Sunday, She’s!

  6. Mari V says:

    I LOVE mornings! I’ve always been a morning person. I love Summer! I love that I can sit out in the front porch or sometimes the back and enjoy the quietness I of the beginning of the day. The cool wind blowing through the trees before the heat begins. Yep our area gets to 100°. But even that I love. I’m praying for wherever those sirens are heading right now. have a blessed Sunday my dear sisters. Tina, I’m praying for you dear sister. And I’m sending you a hug. I can’t wait to meet you someday.

  7. Denise N says:

    Kelly (NEO) wow!!! Thanks for that insight!!!! Lots to ponder there! I love how Jesus is everywhere in the Bible! Father God open my eyes that I may see!!!!

  8. Jennifer Loves Jesus says:

    Yah is my song, my strength as I sing of His goodness. This is my God and I will praise Him (Exodus 15:2). He is a mighty warrior who saves (Zephaniah 3:17). He is in our midst. He renews me in His love. He sings over me. Grief or pain will not shut out His voice. I hear His song over suffering. Over sadness. Over the hard things. He gives me courage. Align my motives with Your will Lord. Help me to pray with honest devotion to You. You give the greater grace (James 4:6). You give grace to the humble. I draw near to You God, draw near to me (v.8). Today I will praise You. Tomorrow is in Your hands. Selah. Maranatha. Amen.

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