The GT Weekend!
At Gracefully Truthful, weekends aren’t for “checking out”.
Use this time to invite the Almighty’s fullness into you life in a deeper way!
Saturdays and Sundays are a chance to
reflect, rest, and re-center our lives onto Christ.
Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with other women in prayer,
rest your soul in reflective journaling,
and spend time worshiping the Creator who
longs for intimacy with each of us!
Worship Through Journaling
Worship Through Journaling
1) Having access to the Almighty is a huge honor! We have been invited in to a deep and personal relationship with the Creator of the Universe. What emotions does that evoke? How do you respond? Who in your life needs to hear that they also have access to God through a relationship with Jesus?
2) Open to Exodus 3:1-22. Read through it once in your head and once out loud.
Circle all the places that refer to God’s character.
_______ Underline the text that surprises you or makes you go “Hmmmmm”.
Use arrows to connect any places that connect to another portion in the passage.
Share your findings with us below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We would love to study together with you!
3) In thinking of the end times, there is often much confusion, misunderstanding and even fear. One thing we know is that Jesus’s return is something that, as believers, we can anticipate to bring restoration, reunion and healing. Our pain-filled hearts long for those things now. How have you tasted those now? How can we be praying for God’s kingdom to be flowing on earth in even greater ways?
Praying Scripture back to the One who wrote it in the first place is a great way to jump start our prayer-life! Pray this passage from John 15:1-5 back to the Lord and
let His Spirit speak to you through it!
“I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. 2 Every branch in me that does not produce fruit he removes, and he prunes every branch that produces fruit so that it will produce more fruit. 3 You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. 4 Remain in me, and I in you. Just as a branch is unable to produce fruit by itself unless it remains on the vine, neither can you unless you remain in me. 5 I am the vine; you are the branches. The one who remains in me and I in him produces much fruit, because you can do nothing without me.
Lord God Almighty, You have allowed us to abide in You as we grow in the knowledge and understanding of who You are. That type of intimacy and depth is unbelievable; let us steward that invitation well, Lord. I think of my friend, Elizabeth. She needs to know this truth and I’m so nervous to share it with her. As we meet together in the next few weeks, embolden my heart to speak of Your truth wrapped in words of grace. Bring Your glory here to earth that she might see it, wonder who You are, and be ready to hear as I tell of Your holiness, Lord. Let us all see you more clearly and seek to know you deeper, Jesus!