Day 13

Grace Day

from the reading plan

1 Corinthians 2:2

1 Corinthians 2:2

Grace days are for catching up and being still. As we read about the life of Moses in Scripture, let’s pause to meditate on the sufficiency of Jesus Christ as beautifully reflected in the hymn “Rock of Ages.”

Read, hum, or sing the words of the third verse of this old hymn, and rest in the saving grace of Christ’s atonement for our sins, and His fulfillment of the law.

Nothing in my hand I bring,
simply to the cross I cling;
naked, come to thee for dress;
helpless, look to thee for grace;
foul, I to the fountain fly;
wash me, Savior, or I die.

from “Rock of Ages”
Augustus Toplady, 1776


For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.
-1 Corinthians 2:2 ESV

Post Comments (10)

10 thoughts on "Grace Day"

  1. Nick Buchs says:

    God is the only prize in this world worth striving for and clinging to.

  2. Nick Buchs says:

    I will meditate on the idea that Jesus is all that I should be clinging to and let it inform my actions for today.

  3. Nick Buchs says:

    It is simple. There is no gospel apart from Jesus.

  4. Nick Buchs says:

    I am in need of direction and provision.

  5. Nick Buchs says:

    Jesus, help me throw away anything I’m clinging to that isn’t you. Help me reserve my heart for your love and affection.

  6. Scott Schulman says:

    The Gospel is the wonderful work that takes everything that God has done and gives it to me, who cannot do a single thing on my own.

  7. Scott Schulman says:

    I bring absolutely nothing to the table. God has done it all.

  8. Scott Schulman says:

    God is sufficient.

  9. Scott Schulman says:

    I will respond in thankfulness and praise to God because he has saved me.

  10. Scott Schulman says:

    Thank you, Lord, for transferring your holiness to me. Thank you for saving my soul.

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