A Five Minute Challenge
Last month, as many of you know, I wrote a blog post a day for 31 days. I NEEDED a break. So, I've had a few days of just reading and "being" and now, I'm ready to write on most Fridays again.
There are so many needs in this world.
Some need peace, others need rest.
Some need a job, others need to . . .
Write 31 Days - Proverbs 31:25
Read: Proverbs 31
Verse: 25 (NLT)
"She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future."
Wow, today is day 31! Thank you for walking with me on this "Proverbial Journey" this past month. It has been a blessing to have you along for the stroll through these Scriptures. I have . . .
Write 31 Days - Proverbs 30:5
Read: Proverbs 30
Verse: 5 (NLT)
"Every word of God proves true. He is a shield to all who come to him for protection."
If you read Scripture too quickly, you may miss little nuggets like this gem of a promise. "EVERY WORD of God proves true" (emphasis mine).
He is TRUTH! He is our shield if we . . .
Write 31 Days - Proverbs 29:5
Read: Proverbs 29
Verse: 5 (NLT)
"To flatter friends is to lay a trap for their feet."
I think this verse is calling us to be real with our friends. Don’t sugar coat the truth but be willing, to be honest. At times it just feels easier to stay on the surface and not get involved with . . .
Write 31 Days - Proverbs 28:26
Read: Proverbs 28
Verse: 26 (NLT)
"Those who trust their own insight are foolish, but anyone who walks in wisdom is safe."
I am thankful to the Lord that I don't have to lean on my understanding (Proverbs 3:5) but that He gives me His! When I walk in His wisdom, I am safe, rescued. Such sweet . . .
Write 31 Days Proverbs 27:1
Read: Proverbs 27
Verse: 1 (NLT)
"Don’t brag about tomorrow, since you don’t know what the day will bring."
This verse really stuck out when I read it. We are not guaranteed tomorrow and God is calling us to live in the present. As I was reading, I felt like He nudged me to read . . .
Write 31 Days - Proverbs 26:20
Read: Proverbs 26
Verse: 20 (NLT)
"Fire goes out without wood, and quarrels disappear when gossip stops."
I must have a great "like" for the number 20 because that's the verse I chose out of today's chapter, as well as yesterday's post. "Twenty is twice ten and can, at times, mean a complete or perfect waiting . . .