February 22, 2020

Review Saturday

This Week’s Scriptures

Joshua 21:45 | 1 Thessalonians 5:24 | Titus 3:5 | Romans 5:14 | Luke 11:9-10


Saturday is review day on The Daily Promise.

Every Saturday, we review the promises of the week so we can allow them to go deep into our hearts and lives.

We began the week seeing how God’s promises never fail.

What He has promised, He will bring to pass. Even when we don’t see it, God is working to bring about His good will in our lives.

Here’s the promise.

Not one of the good promises which the Lord had made to the house of Israel failed; all came to pass. – Joshua 21:45

Confess this with me.

  • My God fulfills every promise. 
  • By faith, I am holding onto every promise God has made.
  • All of God’s promises to me are good.
  • God will never fail to fulfill even the smallest promise made to me.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

On Tuesday, we talked about God’s faithfulness.

The simple fact is faithful. He has been faithful to those who followed Him in the past, and He will be faithful to you.

Here’s the promise.

The one who calls you is faithful and he will do it. – 1 Thessalonians 5:24

Make this confession.

  • My God is a faithful God. 
  • What God begins in my life, He completes. 
  • Even though I am sometimes unfaithful, God is always faithful.
  • Today, God is working to fulfill His call in my life.

In Jesus name,
Amen

Midway through the week, we celebrated that God’s mercy makes us new.

There is nothing I can do to merit God’s favor, but through His mercy, I am made new in Christ.

Here’s the promise.

He saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit. – Titus 3:5

Confess this with me.

  • I can never be good enough for God.
  • God’s mercy is being poured out on me.
  • I don’t deserve God’s love, but because of His mercy, I am loved.
  • Through faith, I have been reborn in Christ.
  • Jesus is renewing my mind and heart to be like Him.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

On Thursday, we confessed that we under grace, not the law.

Trying to please God through the law, always produces condemnation. God’s grace empowers us to live in obedience and fellowship with Christ. 

Here’s the promise.

For sin shall not be master over you, for you are not under law but under grace. – Romans 6:14

Make this confession.

  • Sin is no longer my master.
  • Christ has set me free from the power of sin.
  • God’s grace gives me the power to live in freedom from sin.
  • I am no longer under the law but under the grace of God.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

We ended the week with a promise Jesus made.

When we keep asking, seeking, and knocking, we know God will answer, and open closed doors. 

No matter what you are praying about today, keep on asking, seeking, and knocking. God’s answer is on the way.

Here’s the promise.

So I say to you, ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and he who seeks, finds; and to him who knocks, it will be opened. – Luke 11:9-10

Make this confession.

  • I know that God is answering my prayer.
  • When I ask, seek, and knock, I receive, find, and doors are opened.
  • I will not give up in prayer but will continue to ask, seek, and knock.
  • I will pray until something happens.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

That’s it for this week. I hope these five promises have been a blessing to you. Tomorrow is the Lord’s day, so I hope you will be in church, worshiping the Lord and hearing His Word.

While you are at church tomorrow, share one of the promises we learned this week. Everyone can use an encouraging promise from God’s Word.

Which of this week’s promises were of special meaning to you? Share it in the comments below.