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Welcome to the Never Alone Bible reading challenge week 2 summary! Can you believe that we are halfway through this month’s reading plan? Wow! If this is your first time here, welcome! Each month I host a Bible reading challenge to encourage you to spend time with God daily and grow your personal faith in Him. Each week our community of readers takes a glance back at the previous week of passages so that we can retain the concepts we are learning together. So here we go!
So God looked down on the choices man made. And although mankind chose a lonely path that separated him from walking with God in the cool of the day, God loved his creation so much that he sent his Son to be the Savior of the world. The name of his Son? Immanuel. “God with us.” God bridged the gap and provided the ultimate cure for loneliness. Because of Jesus, we have the opportunity to never be alone. Have you realized he is always with you? #neveralonejournal#biblereadingplan
God’s promise to Moses is still good for us today!! Monday doesn’t have to be manic. Because even if the course of Monday is hectic, the God of Monday isn’t. Even if the schedule of Monday is off, the God of Monday is always on. And when it feels like you’re all alone on Monday, God says, “I am with you. I will never leave you. You can rest in my strength.” #neveralonejournal #biblereadingplan
1 Chronicles 17:1-8
Father, thank you for being with me continually, just as you were with David your servant. May I remember to seek your direction rather than go my own way today. Help me to recognize your presence and remember your love surrounds me every moment. Thank you in advance. Amen. #biblereadingplan #neveralonejournal
But for me. The psalmist did not focus on what everyone else was doing. He determined to remain as close as he could to the Father. Jesus, let us not get sidetracked by the affairs of today. May we take refuge in you and you alone. Amen. #neveralonejournal #biblereadingplan#neveralone
No, there’s no typo. It’s not “you’re.” It’s “your.” You see, your God knows your path straight through the wilderness!!! That makes me wanna shout this morning. Because not only does he walk with us, but he also knows the way! Your God has not left you to wander through disease or discouragement or devastation by yourself. What may seem random to you is purposeful to him. He never wastes a step. Hallelujah and have a thriving Thursday! #neveralonejournal#biblereadingplan
Gideon’s country was a mess, his people were facing God’s discipline, and he’s hiding out, afraid of doing anything in the open that would draw attention. And in the middle of the mess, this verse.
When it feels the world swirls around you, your family is messed up, and you’re all alone, wondering where God is? He’s right there. You are never alone. He is always with you. And he doesn’t see you as a coward sulking in the shadows. No, he sees you and knows you are a warrior! You are a fighter and a winner because his strength is infused in your spirit. Take this day on knowing that God’s got it! #biblereadingplan #neveralonejournal#neveralone
So thankful for his continual presence in my life. When I’m feeling alone, my God is still with me. Through difficult circumstances, he is with me. So thankful this morning! Have a super Saturday! #neveralone #neveralonejournal#biblereadingplan #journaling
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