December 5, 2020

Review Saturday

This Week’s Scriptures

1 Peter 5:6 | Matthew 6:7-8 | Deuteronomy 20:4 | John 10:27 Philippians 4:4


Saturday Review

Saturday is review day on The Daily Promise. Every Saturday, we review the promises we learned during the week so we can allow them to go deep into our hearts.

Monday – God Will Exalt the Humble

We began the week seeing that God exalts or promotes the humble. When you humble yourself, you release your life into His hands. You open the doors for God to send His blessings into your life. God lifts up and exalts those who humble themselves before Him.

Here’s the promise.

Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time. – 1 Peter 5:6

Make these confessions.

  • God blesses and exalts those who humble themselves before Him.
  • I will depend on God to promote and exalt me.
  • Today, I humble myself before God the Father.
  • I don’t promote myself, but I allow God to exalt me.

In Jesus name,
Amen

When you humble yourself, God will lift you up. He exalts the humble because they put their complete faith and trust in Him.

Tuesday – God Knows Your Needs

On Tuesday, we claimed the promise that God knows our needs even before we bring them to Him in prayer. Leave the guilt, shame, and religion behind. Climb up into your Father’s lap and tell Him your needs.

Here’s the promise.

And when you pray, do not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles do, for they think that they will be heard for their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him. – Matthew 6:7-8

Make these confessions.

  • I pray simply, with a sincere heart.
  • God knows my need even before I ask.
  • As a loving Father, He wants to meet my needs.
  • When I pray, I simply talk to my Heavenly Father.

In Jesus name,
Amen

Prayer doesn’t have to be complicated. Your prayers don’t have to be long or fancy. Besides, God already knows what you need before you even ask.

Wednesday – I Will Fight for You

Midway through the week, we saw that if we let Him, God will fight our battles for us.

There is never a reason to fear or worry. God stands with you in every challenge and in every battle. You can have new confidence knowing God has promised to fight for you. He will bring victory and save you.

Here’s the promise.

For the Lord your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory. – Deuteronomy 20:4

Make these confessions.

  • Every battle I face is a spiritual battle.
  • As I face every battle, God is with me and in me.
  • It’s not about my strength, but God’s strength in me.
  • God fights my battles for me and always brings me victory.

In Jesus name,
Amen

You never face a battle alone. God is with you and fights your battles for you. He promises to save you from every enemy.

Thursday – He is My Shepherd and I Hear His Voice

On Thursday, we confessed that Jesus is our Good Shepherd. We hear His voice and follow Him.

You need never fear where He is leading you. It may be a little scary at times, but you can be assured it will be for your good and will result in provision and safety.

Here’s the promise.

My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. – John 10:27

Make these confessions.

  • I hear and recognize the voice of God.
  • Jesus knows everything about me.
  • I will never be ignored or forgotten by the Father.
  • I follow Jesus wherever leads.

In Jesus name,
Amen

As the Good Shepherd, Jesus knows you by name. He knows your needs, and you hear His voice. As a Christian, you follow Christ wherever He leads.

Friday – I Choose Joy

We finished the week learning to rejoice in every situation. Choosing to rejoice releases the power of God to work in your heart and life.

Even on your darkest day, you can choose to rejoice. As you do, you will experience the supernatural joy of Christ flowing through you no matter what you are going through. 

Here’s the promise.

Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice! – Philippians 4:4

Make these confessions.

  • Today, I choose to rejoice.
  • The Holy Spirit is producing joy in my life.
  • My joy is not dependent on my circumstance.
  • I rejoice as a confession of God’s goodness and care for me.

In Jesus name,
Amen

God commands you to rejoice. That may seem hard at times, but the Holy Spirit fills you with supernatural joy when you choose to rejoice.

That’s it for this week’s review.

I pray these verses have been a blessing to you. Take a moment to go back over these verses and allow God to move them deep into your spirit.

I hope, whether online or in-person, you will be in church tomorrow. Share at least one of these promises with a friend or family member. Encourage them with a promise from the Bible.

Which of this week’s promises were most meaningful to you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.