Friday is here; let’s give a cheer! I saw a little sign today that said “The first 5 days after the weekend are the hardest.” Ha. Ready to review the Our God the Rock Bible reading summary week 1?
I’m a little behind on posting our Friday summary once again, but I’m still hopeful that I’m catching up. Last week I posted the Friday summary on Tuesday and I’m so sorry to be this far behind on the schedule. I pray that the Lord is continuing to use this Bible reading challenge to encourage your heart! Let’s check it out.
Moses is speaking to his wandering people and plainly reminds them of truth in today’s passage. I never want it to be said of me that I forgot the God who gave me birth. May we take a few moments to praise God today, if for nothing but life and breath. #ourGodtheRock#biblereading
Just as Moses reminded his people, any success you have this Monday is dependent on your foundation. May#ourGodtheRock be your source of strength. #biblereading (Excuse the reference; it should be 32:30)
Today’s reading made me think of “it is of the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed. Great is his faithfulness.” Moses closes his sermon to the people in today’s#ourGodtheRock #biblereading The concluding question: Who is your rock of refuge?
To you I call. Calling on God doesn’t require a cell phone, smart phone or smart watch. Anyone can call out to God at any time and he will hear and answer our prayers. The psalmist in today’s#ourGodtheRock #biblereading is begging God, but we don’t have to wait for desperate times. If our communication channel with the Lord is established, then we will have confidence in his answers. Because he never changes and is always available!
Firmly. Our God is not going anywhere. He sees all and knows all. Politics don’t upset him. Heaven is not separated by parties or persuasions. No, our #ourGodtheRock is never-changing, always-remaining the same God who keeps his promises. And the generation of the future need not fear as long as they look to Him. #biblereading
The old hymn echoed in my heart this morning. “I shall not be, shall not be moved.” In our #ourGodtheRock#biblereading plan today, David the king and psalmist reminds us where our trust belongs. May your Friday be filled with trust in God alone!
You may have noticed my social media posts and emails were a little scattered last week, as I traveled 4 days out of 7. To do that much travelling in a short amount of time is unusual, but I had the opportunity to be a part of “The Difference with Matt & Kendal” show on GETV.org. I will let you know when the show airs! Matt and Kendal Hagee are such a gracious, godly couple; I simply fell in love with them and the wonderful folks at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, TX.
Alright, Friends. I pray that you stand with the knowledge of your true foundation, Our God the Rock. So thankful that he never changes and never moves, yet grace is his specialty.
Blessings on a new week!
By his grace,