January 23, 2021

Review Saturday

This Week’s Scriptures

John 5:24 | 1 Peter 3:12 | John 8:36 | 1 Peter 5:10  John 15:11


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 – I Have Eternal Life

We began the week celebrating the eternal life we have in Christ.

Here’s the promise.

Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life. He does not come into judgment but has passed from death to life. – John 5:24

Make these confessions:

  • Because I have faith in Christ, I have eternal life.
  • I have passed from death to life.
  • I have no fear of death because I know I have eternal life.
  • When I die, I will spend eternity with the Lord and enjoy all the wonders of heaven.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

As a Christian, you don’t fear death because you know it is the last step to experiencing the eternal, abundant life Jesus promised.

Tuesday – God Hears My Prayers

On Tuesday, we saw as His children, God always hears and answers our prayer.

Here’s the promise.

For the eyes of the Lord are toward the righteous, and His ears attend to their prayer, but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil. – 1 Peter 3:12  

Confess this with me:

  • As a child of God, I know God hears my prayer.
  • When I pray, He leans forward with eager anticipation.
  • I need never worry that God hears my prayers.
  • I know that when I pray, God hears, and when He hears, He answers.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

God has His ear attentive to your voice. His ear is tuned to your call. You never have to wonder if God hears your prayer. He is eager and willing to hear and answer your prayer.

Wednesday – Jesus Sets Me Free

Midway through the week, we claimed the promise that in Jesus Christ, we have freedom.

Here’s the promise.

So if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed. – John 8:36

Confess this with me:

  • In Jesus Christ, I am free.
  • I am no longer a slave to my sin.
  • I have freedom from my guilt and shame.
  • I have the freedom to walk in fellowship with God every day.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

Christ set you free to be the person God calls you to be. You are no longer held back by the chains that once kept you down. You are free!

Thursday – God Uses My Suffering

On Thursday, we saw how God uses suffering in our life for our good and His glory. 

Here’s the promise.

After you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself perfect, confirm, strengthen and establish you. – 1 Peter 5:10

Confess this with me.

  • My suffering won’t last forever. 
  • I can rejoice in my suffering because God will use it.
  • He is perfecting and confirming me.
  • He is strengthening me and will establish me.
  • My suffering is minimal compared to the glory of knowing Christ.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

Suffering won’t last forever. Our suffering is nothing compared to the incredible glory found in Christ.

Friday – I Am Filled With Joy

On Friday, we celebrated the joy we have in Christ.

Here’s the promise.

These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full. – John 15:11

Confess this with me.

  • God desires for me to live a joy-filled life.
  • As I walk in fellowship with Christ, I live in joy.
  • I experience complete joy as I walk in His presence.
  • His joy gives me the strength to face anything life throws my way.

In Jesus Name,
Amen

The deeper your relationship with Christ, the more His joy comes bubbling up like fresh water from a mountain spring. You just can’t help being joyful!

That’s it for this week. I pray these promises have been a blessing to you. Take a moment and go back through these verses. Allow God to speak to you through one of these promises.

Please take a moment and share one of these promises with a friend, or post it online. During these days, everyone can use a positive promise from God’s Word.

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