Hope@Home – June 10, 2020

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Brandon McAlister leads us today through a passage in Hebrews which highlights how God sympathizes with our weakness. We love how his devotional reminds us that we can enter into God's presence because of what was done for us on the cross. 


Father, thank you that your steadfast love never stops. Your love never fails us. Thank you that your mercies never come to an end. Thank you that your mercies are new every morning. Thank you for your great faithfulness to us! Help us cling to these truths today. Please help us to live them out to those around us in order to glorify you. (Lamentations 3:22-23) 


Reflecting On How God Sees Us
Today take some time to read Psalm 139 and think about what it means to be fearfully and wonderfully MADE. Pause and thank Him when you read over the scripture, write something down if it is highlighted to you.
Sit silently & process how God intentionally created us in our mother’s wombs, and what intricate care and thought He put into that. All the days of your life were written in His book because you matter to Him. What does this verse mean to you? How does that change your life? How does that change how you view others?
If you feel lead, you can also start this conversation with your family. Ask the Lord to lead this time. Read over the scripture together and pray for God to show you the importance of His Word. Ask each family member what verses have been highlighted to them.
We hope this creates a space for you to have a quiet moment with God today, reflecting on the significance of how He created us to be!


Our new 4-week series "Pray" begins this weekend! We are excited to dive into the Word together to look at 4 important prayers from the Bible.

Today we have a verse from one of the prayers of Nehemiah for you to reflect on.

"Lord, let your ear be attentive to the prayer of this your servant and to the prayer of your servants who delight in revering your name." Nehemiah 1:11

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