Day 6



(On Saturdays and Sundays my blog posts will give you a verse to study.  I won’t give you the reference….you have to find it for yourself.  I will then ask you some questions)


”And why take ye thought for raiment?  Consider the lilies of the filed, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin:”


  • Who is speaking?
  • To Whom is He speaking?
  • If you could give this verse a one word topic, what would it be?
  • How does it apply to you, today?
  • Can you find ANY other Scripture that goes with this topic?

I hope you glean something special from His Word today as you dwell in Him.

Until Next Time, Lord willing,



Today’s Reading: Genesis 12 / I Samuel 8 / Psalm 6 / Matthew 7

4 thoughts on “Day 6

  1. Nanette Voges

    This is great! Matthew 6:28.
    Jesus is speaking to the disciples on a mountain after a great multitude of people followed Him from many places.
    Trust is the one word that comes to my mind for this topic. He covers alot of things when talking to them and Trust in our Father rings out to me.
    I am finding it is easier some days than others to fully let go and trust. With hubby losing his job last year and moms cancer this year i’m learning to trust and lean on Him for so much more than I use to. And learning that it is ok to, infact He wants us to.
    There are alot of them through out the bible and especially in chapter 5 and 6 of Matthew here.
    It is a very good “pick me up” when the world attacks.
    I really enjoyed this Sheri, all your devotions get me thinking but I love to dive into His Word and investigate.

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  2. Pam S.

    The theme of this verse to me is “don’t worry!” (Sorry, that’s TWO words!) Jesus was encouraging his disciples not to worry about things, that worrying would not add even one thing, and that if God always provides for the least little thing like GRASS, well then of course He will provide for his children! He said later in the chapter , “Take therefore no thought for tomorrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself.” That must be what Corrie ten Boom was thinking when she said, “Worrying is carrying tomorrow’s load on today’s strength—carrying two days at once. It is moving into tomorrow ahead of time. Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows; it empties today of its strength.” Paul said to the Philippians, “Be careful [anxious] for nothing, but by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known unto God.”

    I’m not a huge worrier, but I do get anxious sometimes. All of us have times where we just can’t figure it out, can’t see the solution. That’s when we should rest in the knowledge that we have a great, big, wonderful God Who already knows what to do! I have something in my life right now, TODAY, that is huge, life-changing. Decisions must be made. I do not see the solution. I will continue asking God to fix it, and I will strive to trust Him!!


    1. Pam, that is EXACTLY the subject of Monday’s blog post. And even though worry always threatens me from just under the edge of trusting, I get excited to see just how God works in what seems impossible. I have several impossible things staring at me as well, let’s trust! Solidarity sister!


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