New resources added for our 2021 journey! Grab yours and join us as we #TrustThat we are all God’s word says we are!
In a world filled with half-truths and propaganda, it is easy to become a skeptic, second-guessing what we read and hear. We may ask, what can we trust to be true anymore?
As believers, we can trust God’s Word to be the infallible word of God. What the Bible says is the truth. Real and true.
“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16 NIV
“…when you accepted the word of God…you accepted it not as human word, but as it actually is, the word of God, which is indeed at work in you who believe.” 1 Thessalonians 2:13 NIV
God’s Word says many things about who we are in Christ. Because the Word is His, we can trust that what God’s says about us, we are.
You are an overcomer. (1 John 5:5)
You are rescued. (Colossians 1:13)
You are free from condemnation. (Romans 8:1)
You are chosen. (Ephesians 1:4)
You are a dwelling place for God. (1 John 4:15)
You are all that God’s Word says you are.
Do you trust that? Or do you struggle with trusting that the truths contained within the scriptures pertain to you personally?
Perhaps you feel they were written for others long ago or for someone else today, but not you.
When fallacies flood our thoughts and leave us feeling inferior and incapable, we have a powerful weapon to slay the lies the world leaves us believing.
Our weapon is the mighty Word of God.
As you explore God’s word using our printable resources we hope you will see your name in the scriptures and trust that you are exactly who God speaks of when He calls you loved, wonderfully made, alive with Christ.
We must stay alert, for as much as God desires we fill our hearts with truth, Satan wants to twist that same truth into lies that tempt us to turn from righteous living. He wants nothing less than for us to be trapped by His schemes, so we turn from righteous living. We find this demonstrated in Genesis 1 when Satan spews lies to Eve causing her to disregard God’s instruction, and again in the wilderness when Jesus was fasting for forty days. But just as Jesus’ firm knowledge of the Truth kept Him from believing the lies of Satan, the Word of God, stored in our hearts, can do the same for us.
Saturating our minds with scripture leaves us empowered to slay the lies of the Devil.
Join us this July as we journey, verse by verse, sharing scripture written for us.
Soak in more than the sun this summer… Soak in His truth.
As you linger in the goodness of God’s word, insert your name and proclaim, “Because He is God, and I am His, I am all His Word says I am.”
Trust that you are all that God’s Word says you are.
Get started by downloading your resources:
(We know it is a bit unconventional to use a blog for such things, but we like to think outside the box and shake things up a bit:
- Download the scripture list>>>>>Trust That Scripture List
- Download our Trust That prayer and journal page>>>>Trust That Prayer Printable
- Grab a journal page and print as many as you like>>>>>Trust That Journal Page
- Grab your bible and tuck a few of these beautiful hand-illustrated bookmarks in to mark your favorite verses>>>>Trust That You Are Bookmarks
- Download and print this fun Scripture Statement activity>>>>Trust That You Are Scripture Statements
- Download, print and give our “You Are Encouragement Cards”>>>Trust That You Are Blank Card Set and Trust That You Are Scripture Card Set
Our Trust That Verse by Verse journey will be primarily a self-guided time spent it God’s word. Our scripture reading list offers a starting verse for your day. We encourage you to read it slowly, journal your thoughts, and record anything God is teaching you, showing you about Himself, or leading you to pray. Consider reading several verses before and after the focal verse suggested. Invite a friend to take the journey with you! Join us on Facebook and Instagram for encouraging posts that remind you of your time in God’s word.
We love sharing God’s word verse by verse and pray that grow closer to God as you journey with us.