Weekly Bible Reading Recap & Sunday Blog Prayer
I’m a gal who thrives on mission, on purpose. The more I have to do – the more I get done. And when I know that my work is for the Kingdom of Heaven, well, those are the days I live for. Unfortunately my mind does it’s fair share of lie-believing. Sometimes all it takes is an emotional moment or waking up one day with little motivation and I’m stuck in pit of purposelessness.
God knows (because I’ve told Him many times!) that I hate feeling like I lack purpose.
1 Peter has long been one of my favorite books of the Bible. When I saw it come up in this weeks reading I was both excited and disappointed. Excited because, well, it’s my favorite. And disappointed because I wasn’t sure I would receive anything “new” during this weeks reading since those pages of my Bible are well used and full of notes.
I was wrong. (I should have known better.) God had something for me this week. He wanted to me to see a verse that would wipe out those lies of purposelessness that I’m so prone to believe. I must have read it dozens of times before, but this week, I read it and it was if God said, “Shirley, haven’t I told you this already? But here, look, it’s in My word. I must really mean it.”
What’s the verse? 1 Peter 2: 4-5 “As you come to Him, the living Stone – rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to Him – you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.”
One thing is sure, I won’t always be able to see my purpose like a goal list in front of me, but I do know, without doubt, my main purpose. I am, and was created to be, a worshiper of my King – of God in Heaven and Jesus, my Messiah.
Some days, I might struggle with my life’s mission, but every day I know exactly what He has built me for.
Here is our 5 x 7 prayer journal printable that we promised to make for you each week! Simply click the picture to download and print!
Check in with Women Living Well to read more recaps and details about Blogging Through the Bible!
Hey friends! Sundays here at STC are also our “Weekly Prayer” Days. We post a prayer request each week and ask our readers to pray for us! It’s a quick thing, but we are SO grateful for everyone who takes time to lift us up. Read more about our Sunday Blog Prayer.
Here is a brief sum up of what the weekly blog prayer post is all about!
- We are asking our viewers to pray for STC, as a ministry to women.
- We’ll be posting one line prayer needs once a week, on Sundays.
- Come by, read it, PRAY it. It will take less than a minute.
- Share it if you feel led to.
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