Saturday Recap: Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 6/2/14 to 6/6/14

Happy Saturday family!

This week was rough for me personally. Walter W. Jackson II, a friend and colleague passed away last Saturday. He was one of my husband’s employees and was a true reflection of God’s Light. He will be forever missed, but instead of sorrow we will honor him and his legacy through our work in underserved communities, and by coming together as a village for his three children. Walter’s sudden passing at the young age of 46 serves as a reminder that we all must cherish and take full advantage of every minute of every day. Walter spent his last day with his children, and passed away while walking his dog.

Live your life fully.

I posted messages this week that helped me through this troubling experience. 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- 6/2/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. What is your takeaway from today’s message?

Tuesday- 6/3/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1.Look around you right now. If today is your last day, would you be okay passing away doing what you’re doing right now? Are you okay passing away in the presence of whatever individual(s) you are currently with? (If applicable)

Wednesday- 6/4/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1.When you read today’s scripture, what came to mind first?

2. Do you make it a habit of calling out evil when you see it or do you sit in silence and try to ignore it?

3. Describe your energy when impacted by darkness versus light.

Thursday- 6/5/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day
1.What issues do you need God’s help with?

2. What issues are you ready to fully release to God?

3. What trust issues do you have with God that prevents you from fully surrendering your problems and fears to Him?

4. Does reading today’s post help you to see that you aren’t in this situation alone, and that your problems aren’t uniquely yours?

Friday- 6/6/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day
1. What did you put off today that you could’ve pursued, completed, said, or done?

2. If you transitioned this very moment, would it be during a time when you were doing something honorable and dignified?

3. If you transitioned right now, would you be with the person(s) that brought honor to your name?

4. What is your takeaway from today’s message?

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.

Scripture quotations taken from the Amplified® Bible,
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