A Daily Purpose

A Daily Purpose

Bible Study & Devotional Day 96

Read Today’s Assigned Passages

 

🔴 The Truth Affirms our Faith

written by Torrie Slaughter

 

Psalm 105:8- God remembers His covenant forever.

2 Corinthians 12:9 God’s grace is sufficient His strength is made perfect in my weakness.

1 Peter 5:7 – Cast all your cares on the Lord.

Psalm 46:1 God is our refuge and strength.

Social media is full of ‘tests’ to tell us who we are. They are generally fun, and the topics are endless—find your identity based on your favorite color or which celebrity you most resemble. It’s easy to get sucked in and waste time.

 

But what about our relationship with God? Who does He want us to be?

In a word- obedient.

 

Today’s reading helps us narrow our gaze and filter out the ‘noise’. Deuteronomy 29:28-29 reminds us that God sees everything. He wanted His people to enter into a covenant relationship and live in eternity. Yet, the people sinned by worshiping the golden calf.

We are called and can return to the Lord!

 

Think about the tests you’ve taken and what truth they revealed. Measure your scores against the truth of God’s Word.




 

Torrie is a media ministry consultant who works with churches and faith driven organizations to build their ministry team. She is the Blueprint Specialist uncovering root problems to construct solutions. Want to hear more? Tune in and listen to A Daily Purpose Bible Study & Devotional a podcast by Our Given Purpose  and on Fridays to Talking on Purpose with Torrie the Podcast.  Torrie also hosts a YouTube channel of the same name.

 

 


🔴 The Bible In A Year Daily Reading Plan

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Deuteronomy 29:1-30:20, Luke 11:37-12:7, Psalm 78:1-31, Proverbs 12:19-20

 

 

Day 136 The Truth Will Set You Free by Tiffiany Langston A Daily Purpose Bible Study & Devotional a Podcast by Our Given Purpose

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  2. Day 135 A Different Perspective by Torrie Slaughter
  3. Day 134 Walking in the Light by Diana L.W. Coleman

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