Saturday Recap: Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 8/4/14 to 8/8/14

Happy Saturday family!

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 this week’s posts with others, and also take a few moments to provide me feedback. Thank you.


Monday- 8/4/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. What do you think about today’s message?

2. In what ways can you apply what you have read to your life?

3. What growing pains are you currently experiencing?

4. Who are you surrounding yourself with to help you embrace these growing pains, and help you praise God for the opportunities that will come from these experiences?

Tuesday- 8/5/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. What do you think about today’s message?

2. Did you have any “a-ha…I didn’t consider that” moments? If so, please explain.

3. What do you think that you need to do to relinquish your false sense of control over your mind and actions, as it pertains to God?

4. What do you think you need to do to let go and be free like the baby?

Wednesday- 8/6/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. How has today’s message changed your thinking about your life and the opportunities that are waiting for you?

2. What do you think about today’s football and wild animal analogies?

3. What steps are you going to take to be more like the wild animal or the football player?

4. What can you do to be better at waiting, listening, watching, positioning yourself, observing your surroundings, and being better prepared to seize opportunities?

5. What would you like to add to today’s conversation?

Thursday- 8/7/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day:
1. What do you think about today’s message?

2. What negative thoughts and images about yourself are you ready to delete from your mind and way of living?

Friday- 8/8/14

Read the daily message here:

Questions of the Day
1. What do you think of today’s message?

2. Recall a moment when you caught yourself absorbed in public self-righteousness. What happened? How did you feel when you realized your weakness and failure to follow our Savior’s command?

3. How do you keep yourself aligned to the Matthew 6:1 principle?

Don’t forget that tomorrow is Sunday Sermon Share Day. I’m on retreat so I won’t make it to church, but I hope to see a service online. 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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