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Psalm 77:11–12

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I will remember the LORD’s works; yes, I will remember your ancient wonders. I will reflect on all you have done and meditate on your actions.
—Psalm 77:11–12

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  1. Kelly (NEO) says:

    TAMI C – chasing SEARCHING in the victory lap of celebration for God’s kindness to not only BJ’s body but his soul as well ❤️

  2. Rhonda J. says:

    Tami C—WONDERFUL TESTIMONY..Wow, Praise God, only a miracle BY Him!! Glad your family saw your faith!

    Laura Diane—I missed you and wondered where you had been! Egypt..What a great opportunity. Thank you for that verse! Praying God will bring the prodigals home and draw our children CLOSE to Him

    Cee Gee–Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mari V says:

    Katie Megee…….I read your comment late last night but didn’t comment as I thought you may not see a response. Praising GOD, our sweet Jesus with ALL your sisters here this morning for the AMAZING news!!

  4. Lynne Burton says:

    Good morning, sweet SRT sisters!

    Laura Dianne— So glad you are back! You were missed! ❤️

    Katie Megee—Praise God from whom all blessings flow! What awesome news! ❤️

    Theresa Donley—Prayers that you are feeling better and can make it to church next week. ❤️

    Theresa—Praise God that Arlo’s surgery went so well! Prayers that he is pain free and has a speedy recovery. ❤️

    Linda in NC—Praying for complete healing for your sister! Always praying for healing for your hubby and strength for you! ❤️

    Terri, Rachel, Arlene, Carol H, Searching, Rhonda J, Cee Gee, Dee Dee, Lanie, Foster Mama, Sharon Jersey Girl, Tina, Maria B,
    Michelle Patire, Kelly (NEO), Tami C, Mari V,
    Mia Faith, JM, and every other sister—I am praying for ALL your requests. You are all loved (and remembered) by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. May God give you hope and peace! Love to all! ❤️❤️❤️

  5. Adrienne says:

    “You” and “your”, NOT mine. ❤️

  6. Traci Gendron says:

    Happy Sunday She’s!

    I will meditate on all the Lord has done! He is so good. I will praise and give thanks.

  7. Searching says:

    Believe and remember, His mercies never end. Praising Him this morning.

    SARAH D – good to see you, thank you for the update, continuing to pray.

    LANIE – praying for you in this perplexing time

    KATIE MCGEE – praising Him for the great news!

    CEE GEE – so good! ❤️

    LAURA DIANNE – good to see you! Praying for patience with your husband in the adjusting. For us, I’m the slow adjuster :)

    DEE DEE – I am so sorry for your loss, and thank you for your testimony of your strength of faith and the Lord’s faithfulness ❤️

    TAMI C – wow. Thank you for your testimony. Maybe KELLY (NEO) will join me in whooping it up in praise for your faithful walk of obedience, your brother’s healing and God’s mercies never ending. Hallelujah!

  8. Cheryl Blow says:

    Remember and reflect on God’s goodness and all He has done. Praise and worship Him! He is worthy of it all!

  9. Brandi Gross says:

    @Tami C – thank you so much for your testimony this morning! Father help me always to testify of Your Goodness! Your love! Your grace!

  10. Denise says:

    Thank you for this reminder Tina. Y’all have a blessed day because this is the day the Lord our God made!

  11. Laura Dianne says:

    Good Morning, She’s! I have been traveling the past two weeks (to Egypt!) and could not download this study while I was away. I missed reading along with you all. I was reading an old study instead (Exodus), very appropriate for the land that I was in, so it was awesome, but I love reading your comments and prayer requests so much, so it’s good to be back! I have tried to catch up with this last week at least and loved, along with others of prodigals, the Jeremiah 31:16–25 passage about bringing the children back. There has been some hopeful glimpses of this happening in our family with our daughter, so I am holding onto that promise very tightly and praying that God will move in her heart and bring her back to us soon.

    It’s hard returning from a long trip, and I am struggling emotionally for some reason. Not sure why, maybe just because my normal routine was disrupted, and it always takes my husband so long to get back to his normal routine after a trip, which irritates me. So, please pray that I will have patience with him. I am struggling right now to not be constantly irritated with him. I bounce back a lot quicker than he does, and I’m ready to just be back in our normal routine and get on with things. I haven’t been as patient as I could be, and I’m struggling to find the grace I need to have.

    This study is so good and your comments have touched my heart in so many ways. Thank you, dear sisters.

  12. Tami C says:

    Psalm 77 has a special place in my heart. When the pandemic first hit my brother (48) was diagnosed with stage 4 stomach cancer with 3 months to live. I decided to do a 40 day prayer (a la Frida Bowers) for him with two close friends. My intention was to send out a text summarizing Friday’s daily devo. On day 1 God prompted me to invite my entire family, siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles. So now we are a group of 20. The first 10 days I sent out daily texts but then what Frida was writing was “too Christian” for my non believing audience. I looked ahead and realized that I could not use any of the days. I told God “if you want me to do this You have to give me the words”. To make a long story short, the Holy Spirit downloaded a personal 40 day devotional into me. Daily I would get a Bible verse, or a song, or something and I would write a short testimony related to it. I would then send that out to my praying (or not) family. I was only a Christian for a few years but felt like everything I had been learning came bubbling out. Here is an excerpt of one of the days:
    When BJ was first diagnosed, it was a whirlwind of doctor’s visits, tests and more tests. None of which I could be there for because of COVID. BJ and I decided that I would go to his house for the virtual meeting with the oncologist to go over all of the results and treatment plan. The day before, I was really anxious, my mind filled with “what ifs” and worst case scenarios. I always take a nap in the afternoon. That afternoon, as I was in that “not quite asleep but not quite awake” state, the words “Psalm 77:11” came to mind. I didn’t really pay them any attention. Later that night, the same thing, “Psalm 77:11”. OK God, now I’m listening. I opened my bible and read “But then I recall all that you have done, O Lord; I remember your wonderful deeds of long ago.” I kept reading… “They are constantly in my thoughts. I cannot stop thinking about your mighty works. Your ways, God, are holy. What God is as great as our God? You are the God who performs miracles!” Wow! This blew me away, still does. I have never read this psalm, don’t recall having heard a sermon about it. It was God’s sweet reminder to me. “I got this, remember what I’ve already done, remember all of your blessings, remember how I’ve always been by your side, remember I am the God of miracles.”
    BTW my brother is cancer free!!! Every scan clear. His doctor says he is a miracle and now he is a believer! Praise God!

  13. Cee Gee says:

    Remembering/meditating on God’s faithfulness
    will help us to “move out of the shadows of doubt into the sunshine of communion with the Lord and confidence in Him.”
    See notes below verses.

    “11 I will remember the works of the Lord;
    Surely I will remember Your wonders of old. I will also meditate on all Your work,
    And talk of Your deeds.
    13 Your way, O God, is in the sanctuary;
    Who is so great a God as our God?
    14 You are the God who does wonders;
    You have declared Your strength among the peoples.
    15 You have with Your arm redeemed Your people,The sons of Jacob and Joseph. Selah”

    Notes from Warren Wiersbe NKJV Study Bible:
    When we look at our circumstances, we focus on ourselves and see no hope, but when we look by faith to the Lord, our circumstances may not change but we do. Asaph didn’t completely solve his problems, but he did move out of the shadows of doubt into the sunshine of communion with the Lord and confidence in Him.

    First (vv.13, 14), Asaph looked up by faith and rejoiced in the greatness of God. He realized that God’s ways are always holy, that He is a great God, and that His purposes are always right (see Ex. 15:11, 13, 14, 16).

    Then (vv. 15–20), Asaph looked back to Israel’s exodus from Egypt (Ex. 12–15) for proof of the grace and power of the Lord. As believers, we look back to Calvary, where the Lamb of God gave His life for us. If God the Father did not spare His own Son for us, will He not give us everything else that we need (Rom. 8:32)? There is a wonderful future for the people of God!

    Finally (v. 20), Asaph realized afresh that the Lord was the Shepherd of Israel (see also 74:1; 78:52, 70–72; 79:13; 80:1). Just as he called Moses and Aaron (Num. 33:1) and David (Ps. 78:70–72) to lead His flock, so He would appoint other shepherds in the years to come. One day, the Good Shepherd would come and give His life for the sheep (John 10). Asaph had some struggles during this difficult period in his life, but in the end, he knew he could trust the Lord to work out everything for good, and like an obedient sheep, he submitted to the Shepherd. That is what we must do.

    Copyright © 2021 by Thomas Nelson.

    TERESA DONLEY – Praying you and your husband let nothing keep you from attending church in person and that you feel His Presence in a mighty way. ❤

    Praying each of us takes time to worship, remember, and meditate on God’s goodness and faithfulness to us. Out of the shadow of doom into the sunshine of His hope! ❤

  14. Rhonda J. says:

    Psalm 78:6-7

    6 so that a future generation—
    children yet to be born—might know.
    They were to rise and tell their children
    7 so that they might put their confidence in God
    and not forget God’s works,
    but keep his commands.

  15. Rhonda J. says:


    I hope I have a faith that stands on the solid rock, when the storm comes, I know where my help comes, that I keep my eyes on Jesus. I am glad we have the testimonies of our dear sisters here that I have gone through terrible, unimaginable storms (Tina, Traci, Mia, Susan..and others), or facing a terrible diagnosis (Gayle, Teresa, Catherine..). You are pillars for us to look to, keep looking to Jesus when those big, terrifying waves come, we can only stay on top of the water, not sinking with our eyes on Him.

    We have to keep spiritually strong intentionally though, it doesn’t just happen. Like physical muscle you have to work them to get them stronger and eat the right foods and nourishment, thus to grow and be strong in our faith we have to read the word, meditate daily, pray fervently and have a relationship with Jesus Christ. We must have a passion and WANT to draw close. You will not be disappointed! Then you will want to be a light and share that miraculous love with others!

    Praises Katie!

  16. Kelly (NEO) says:

    Psalm 117
    “Praise the Lord, all nations!
    Glorify him, all peoples!
    For his faithful love to us is great;
    the Lord’s faithfulness endures forever.

    KATIE MEGEE – rejoicing with you.

    TAYLOR – any further updates on Logan? How is Haley doing?

    TERESA DONLEY and MUNCHKIN – praying you make it to church, in person, today

    CHELSEA JOHNSTON – continued prayers for your pregnancy

  17. Tina says:

    I will forever remember the LORD’s works; YES, I WILL forever remember your ancient wonders. I will always reflect on all you have done and continue to do, and meditate with praise, Thanksgiving and Hope in my heart, on your actions..

    I WILL forever REMEMBER and give thanks Lord God, I will remember!

    BUT GOD..


    Happy Sunday ladies. Remember this is a day the God Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it, whatever our day looks like.. REMEMBER, as BEVERLY BERRUS said in Thursdays study.. ” I’ve had seasons where I questioned God and thought He failed to act. Then I remembered I don’t know the full story, BUT HE DOES.”