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Psalm 118:1

Text: Psalm 118:1

We believe memorizing scripture is one of the best ways to carry the Word of our God with us wherever we go—to have God-breathed truth, instruction and reproof in our hearts and minds as we live unto Him each day.

This week we’ve chosen a reminder of our reason for thankfulness:

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;
His faithful love endures forever.

-Psalm 118:1

 Write this verse down—copy it twenty times if that helps! Post it on your mirror or at your desk, in your car or on the fridge—anywhere you’ll see it often. Save the image below as your phone’s lock screen so you can read these words of truth throughout the day.


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  1. Chelsea Schneider says:

    “This is reason enough for giving him thanks; goodness is his essence and nature, and therefore he is always to be praised whether we are receiving anything from him or not. Those who only praise God because he does them good should rise to a higher note and give thanks to him because he is good.” – C.H. Spurgeon

  2. Kimberly Z says:

    @Rhonda J. Sometimes we forget what would have been a perfect moment to do something like praying out loud for your friend but the fact that you’re even stepping out in faith like that is amazing! I can tell you right now I don’t think I could do it so props to you!

  3. Rhonda J. says:

    Good Morning and Happy Sunday! (or afternoon!) We had such a blessed, but long morning at church! We are greeters so start early, but I also stepped out in faith to be an alter call prayer-person! I am so uncomfortable with out loud praying for people, but God has been calling me to step out and follow His prompting! Seek His will, not my own! Surrender my wants to His!! (“First Thing First” song! playing)

    The sermon (message! lol) was so good about coming to church and being edified (which is wonderful)…but then in turn, be the church that serves others that come. As in Jesus eating with his disciples, but then taking off his robe and putting a towel around his waist to wash their feet! All the dirty, accumulated yuck, on their feet…we are to wash the feet of those coming into church to minister and pray for and with them. Be a serving church, not just coming to play our role, but to truly want to give what we got, to others that are needing redemption! It’s a beautiful message! To be able to take someone’s hands, and pray in the power of the Holy Spirit for their requests and needs is such a powerful gift from God! It doesn’t have to be in church though, right, we know we can give prayer as we come across anyone in need! There IS nothing that can heal like our Almighty God! Joy to God!
    I had a friend drop by unannounced on Friday after leaving work upset and crying. She just needed a hug. After she left I was sad I didn’t say a prayer for her outloud. It would have been a powerful way to show Jesus to her. Although I did slide in a few phrases of finding our “God -given purpose” and texted her a prayer verse later, it was unfortunate that I didn’t step out in my awkwardness to pray then and there. I’m a work in progress! :)

    Have a great Sunday! Praise the Lord!
    Oh, and lots of prayers for your interview Sarah D!!!

  4. Kimberly Z says:

    Which was so fun to watch! If you’ve ever been fly fishing you know how hard it can be! I forget I live in such a beautiful country out here in Montana. Praying for you all this week to have a wonderful week!

  5. Kimberly Z says:

    @Sarah D. Prayers for your next interview!! Every step of the way you become stronger! Happy Sunday ladies. I spent Saturday on the river for a friends birthday and it was so much fun! We even saw a black bear on the side of the water as we went by. My friend has been practicing her fly fishing and she finally caught one by herself

  6. Cee Gee says:

    Oh, HEIDI, bless your heart! As I have been praying for you and your family I was thinking of all the things that have landed in your lap these past weeks. Joining in prayer for your niece.

    MICHELLE – Beautiful words and encouragement!

  7. Michelle Patire says:

    Happy Sunday :)

    Prayers for your niece, @Heidi – that the Lord would continue to work on her heart and help her see Him in the miracle of a new life growing inside her. Prayers you @Sarah D- that God’s voice would be clear as you follow Him to where He is leading you next. He is faithful. I think about how in Psalm 139, it says all of our days are written in His book. Before we even take a breath on earth, He knows our beginning and end. Take heart, Sarah, and the rest of you ladies, myself included. We have a GOOD shepherd. He knows what is best for us. Even if it feels hard and not so good – know that He has His eye on us and is familiar with all of our ways, weaknesses, and doubts. May He bless us and sustain us to live for Him. God be our vision. Have a blessed and fruitful day, friends!

  8. Heidi says:

    Good morning ladies! Not much time this morning, I will be back to read things later, but I woke up to a text from my niece from late late last night asking for prayers about her thoughts in her mind… She struggles greatly with this and with the pregnancy I can only imagine it’s going to be an even more difficult mental season. Thank you so much for praying for her! ❤️