Everything Beautiful Bible Reading Plan Summary Week 3

Welcome to the Everything Beautiful Bible reading plan summary week 3! Each month I host a daily Bible reading challenge and each week, we glance back at the Bible reading plan and verses I highlighted in my reading. This review will help us continue focusing on the topic of savoring God's seasonal elegance. When we struggle to see his work, way or timing, then choosing to focus on the beauty  before us is critical! Let's take a look at the Scripture verses

Welcome to the Everything Beautiful Bible reading plan summary week 3! Each month I host a daily Bible reading challenge and each week, we glance back at the Bible reading plan and verses I highlighted in my reading. This review will help us continue focusing on the topic of savoring God’s seasonal elegance. When we struggle to see his work, way or timing, then choosing to focus on the beauty  before us is critical! Let’s take a look at the Scripture verses from Everything Beautiful Bible reading plan summary week 3. Ready?

Job 5:8-18

Perhaps this is the morning we need to remember that we will never be able to quantify all God can do. He is not limited in any way and can do far more than we can ever ask or imagine. So transforming your beauty into ashes? Perfectly in God’s power! Have a super Saturday! 
Perhaps this is the morning we need to remember that we will never be able to quantify all God can do. He is not limited in any way and can do far more than we can ever ask or imagine. So transforming your beauty into ashes? Perfectly in God’s power! Have a super Saturday! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Psalm 96:1-6

 

Feeling tired? Run to Jesus. Walk to Jesus. Crawl to Jesus. Whatever way you need to get yourself to him, in his sanctuary, in his presence, you’ll find the strength to sustain you. Feeling a little worn down from the ugliness of this world? Rest in the beauty of his promises. Discover peace in the beauty of his presence. Enjoy a refreshed outlook through spending time with him. What a wonderful Sunday to soak in today’s #everythingbeautifuljournal and #biblereadingplan ! Have a beautiful day in the Lord!Feeling tired? Run to Jesus. Walk to Jesus. Crawl to Jesus. Whatever way you need to get yourself to him, in his sanctuary, in his presence, you’ll find the strength to sustain you. Feeling a little worn down from the ugliness of this world? Rest in the beauty of his promises. Discover peace in the beauty of his presence. Enjoy a refreshed outlook through spending time with him. What a wonderful Sunday to soak in today’s #everythingbeautifuljournal and #biblereadingplan ! Have a beautiful day in the Lord!

1 Peter 2:1-9

Those memories that haunt you? The enemy likes to try to use those to prevent you from being a living monument to your Maker. You have been redeemed, paid for by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. God the Father would not waste his Son’s life without cause; you are a beauty. He believes that YOU were worth saving. He chooses you today and every day; your life is so very precious in his sight. So when the ugly whispers flood your mind, remember this: God sees you as the precious result of his perfect love.

Those memories that haunt you? The enemy likes to try to use those to prevent you from being a living monument to your Maker. You have been redeemed, paid for by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. God the Father would not waste his Son’s life without cause; you are a beauty. He believes that YOU were worth saving. He chooses you today and every day; your life is so very precious in his sight. So when the ugly whispers flood your mind, remember this: God sees you as the precious result of his perfect love. Let’s live like it today!! Have a marvelous Monday! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Isaiah 29:13-16

 

Your Creator is sculpting your life into a masterpiece. While at times it’s tempting to ask God if he’s sure he knows what he’s doing, today’s passage reminds us that yes, he surely does. And he knows the heart of every single person he has created. Surrender to him anew today? That’s what i feel called to do this morning. Father, forgive me when I think the pain is too great and the path too difficult.Your Creator is sculpting your life into a masterpiece. While at times it’s tempting to ask God if he’s sure he knows what he’s doing, today’s passage reminds us that yes, he surely does. And he knows the heart of every single person he has created. Surrender to him anew today? That’s what i feel called to do this morning. Father, forgive me when I think the pain is too great and the path too difficult. Let me remember that you gave me life and give me breath. Help me, Jesus. Saturate my mind with the truth that you make all things beautiful and I am no exception to that promise. Give me eyes to see the beauty in this season today. Amen. #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Isaiah 25:1-9

 

Thank you, Lord. You have done great and wonderful things that I could never have imagined. You have restored and redeemed. Renewed and recreated. Your plans are far more wonderful than I can ask or imagine and I trust You in them for this Wednesday. Amen? What can you praise him for this morning? Have a wonderful Wednesday! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplanThank you, Lord. You have done great and wonderful things that I could never have imagined. You have restored and redeemed. Renewed and recreated. Your plans are far more wonderful than I can ask or imagine and I trust You in them for this Wednesday. Amen? What can you praise him for this morning? Have a wonderful Wednesday! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Psalm 1:1-6

 

Fruit is so beautiful. It’s a delight and we all crave it. But the challenge today? We want instafruit. We crave fruit whether it’s in season or not. Have you ever tried a pear that is not ripened? Or green banana? Or white berries? When fruit is not ripe, then it lacks so much! Depth of flavor and sweetness is missing. Father, may we plant ourselves in Your Word and remain in it. Help us unrush our hearts and delight ourselves in the joy of anticipating your beautiful work. In.its.season. #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplanFruit is so beautiful. It’s a delight and we all crave it. But the challenge today? We want instafruit. We crave fruit whether it’s in season or not. Have you ever tried a pear that is not ripened? Or green banana? Or white berries? When fruit is not ripe, then it lacks so much! Depth of flavor and sweetness is missing. Father, may we plant ourselves in Your Word and remain in it. Help us unrush our hearts and delight ourselves in the joy of anticipating your beautiful work. In.its.season. #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Ephesians 2:4-10

 

You are a masterpiece in the making. The exquisite craftsmanship of your Heavenly Father is being revealed in your heart and life. Make this Friday a day of embracing his seasonal grace! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplanYou are a masterpiece in the making. The exquisite craftsmanship of your Heavenly Father is being revealed in your heart and life. Make this Friday a day of embracing his seasonal grace! #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan

Psalm 27:1-6

I can feel it in my heart, soul and mind. The need to just be with the Maker of all things beautiful. David felt it too in our Psalm for today’s #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan . Take time for the Lord and make it a superb Saturday!

I can feel it in my heart, soul and mind. The need to just be with the Maker of all things beautiful. David felt it too in our Psalm for today’s #everythingbeautifuljournal#biblereadingplan . Take time for the Lord and make it a superb Saturday!

That’s a wrap for week 3! Let’s keep going through the Everything Beautiful Bible reading challenge. You’ll find all the resources below.

By his grace,

Rachel

RESOURCES:

March Bible Reading Challenge

March Bible Reading Plan and Journal: Everything Beautiful

Week 1 Summary

Week 2 Summary

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  1. CHERYL BANTING says:

    Thankyou so much for sharing

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