Saturday Recap: Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 5/12/14 to 5/16/14

Happy Saturday family!

The week sorta flew by for me, I’m not sure about you. I had some rough patches, some valleys, and a mountain or two, but God saw me through. Amen!

If you missed any of this week’s messages or you want to go back and re-read any of them, here’s your opportunity. Below please find a recap of this week’s posts. Please share these posts with others, and also take a few moments to provide me feedback. Thank you.


Monday- 5/12/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. Describe a time of great discomfort or anxiety and how prayer helped relieve the pressure?

2. How has God helped you through stressful moments?

3. Do you notice a different feel or outcome when you jump to resolve issues rather than turning them over to God? What is the difference?

Tuesday- 5/13/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. What in life are you supposed to be focused on and committed to, but you keep allowing yourself to be distracted?

2. What are you going through in life that has you consumed with the negative instead of bragging on what God has done, is doing, and will do for you?

Wednesday- 5/14/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. After reading today’s message, how do you now see your enemy/enemies?

2. After reading this, how do you see God’s presence in your life?

3. In what ways will you modify your thinking and behavior to be more like David?

Thursday- 5/15/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day
1. Do you ever fear that God will one day just get fed up and make the decision that life as we know it should just be erased and then He would start all over from scratch?

2. When you do wrong, at one point does remorse and regret set in?

3. After reading today’s post, how do you view your life and how you live compared to God’s expectations?

Friday- 5/16/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day
1. What examples can you share of how when you declared God’s Word you were blessed?

2. Share a time when you spoke negatively and were then impacted negatively, and you immediately felt a connection between the two experiences?

3. After reading today’s post, do you take note of how powerful your words are in and to your life?

Don’t forget that tomorrow is Sunday Sermon Share Day. I don’t know if I’m going to make it to church, so if you hear or take part in an awesome sermon, please share your notes, highlights, scripture, or reflections with the rest of us. I don’t care if it’s a sermon from an online or televised broadcast, please share with us. Just post it as a comment or send a message to my new email at: Thank you.

God bless you all and happy Saturday!


Copyright 2013-2014. Natasha Foreman Bryant. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha Foreman Bryant, unless otherwise noted. Prior posts from 2009-2013 are copyrighted under the name Natasha L. Foreman.

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