How would you like to read through God's Love Letter—His Word, the Bible, with a group of like-minded, Christian girlfriends? We're doing that over in the private, Sweeter Than Honey, Facebook group. Did you know you don't have to start a Bible reading plan on January 1? You can begin today! This simple plan, and an accountability partner, will help you succeed. Who will be your accountability partner? Share this post with them and invite them to the private Facebook group.
Sweeter Than Honey is patterned after this Bible Reading Itinerary. On Tuesdays, here at the blog, I would love it if you and I could take a trip through God's Word and Sweeter Than Honey, together! I would also encourage you to Join us over in the private, Sweeter Than Honey, Facebook group, introduce yourself, meet new friends, and share your thoughts there as well. We're waiting for you!
Psalms 100-102: Steadfast Love and Faithfulness
Psalm 100 is a short Psalm with a powerful, familiar message. You, as I, may remember memorizing this chapter when you were a child and reciting it around the time of Thanksgiving.
Why do we do these seven things? Verse five tells us: “For the Lord is good; His steadfast love endures forever, and His faithfulness to all generations” (100:5). Forever, and to all generations!
I have wonderful memories of memorizing and reciting Psalm 100 in church and at school when I was growing up. It's a psalm we hear and read mostly at Thanksgiving, but shouldn't we meditate on this psalm and take to heart its message all throughout the year?
About Sweeter Than Honey
Let's be intentional about focusing on God’s Word and the truths found there. Let's let it inspire us to live out our faith each day in a way that causes those we come in contact with to want what we have found. God sees you. He knows you by name, He knows the number of hairs on your head, and He cares about every detail of your daily existence. He wrote you a Love Letter. Let’s dive in!
52 Days in Psalms!
“Prayer does not mean simply to pour out one’s heart. It means rather to find the way to God and to speak with Him, whether the heart is full or empty. No man can do that by himself. For that, he needs Jesus Christ.” ―Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Psalms: The Prayer Book of the Bible
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“Where we look determines what we worship, and what we worship determines what we become.” --Aging With Grace
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