July 18, 2020

Review Saturday

This Week’s Scriptures

Psalm 34:7 | Romans 6:3 | Luke 10:20 | Isaiah 40:11 | Hebrews 12:15


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

We began the week talking about how warrior angels go before and after us. They protect us from the attack of Satan and other demonic forces.

Here’s the promise.

The angel of the Lord encamps around those who fear him, and delivers them. – Psalm 34:7

Angelic warriors with flaming swords are ready and able to stand against any force or foe who comes against you today.

Make this confession.
  • I may not see them, but God has stationed angels all around me.
  • There are more with me than against me.
  • I will not fear, knowing angels are defending me.
  • Today, an angelic army surrounds and protects me.

In Jesus name,
Amen.

 

Tuesday

On Tuesday, we saw through our union with Christ, we are dead to our old life and alive in Him.

Here’s the promise.

Or do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus have been baptized into His death? Therefore we have been buried with Him through baptism into death, so that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. – Romans 6:3-4

Make these confessions.
  • I am dead in Christ.
  • When Jesus died on the cross, I died with Him.
  • I am dead to sin’s power over me.
  • Since I am dead in Christ, I’ve been made alive through His resurrection.

In Jesus name,
Amen.

Today, walk as one who is dead in Christ and alive to the new life He has given.

Wednesday

Midway through the week, we celebrated the promise that our names are written in Heaven. Our salvation is secure in Christ.

Here’s the promise.

Nevertheless, do not rejoice in this, that the spirits are subject to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven. – Luke 10:20

Make this confession.
  • My name is written in heaven.
  • I will spend eternity in the presence of God in heaven.
  • Nothing can separate me from my eternal home.
  • I do not fear death because I know where I will spend eternity.

In Jesus name,
Amen.

 

Thursday

On Thursday, we saw how on our weakest days, when we are struggling and hurting, Jesus comes along, picks us up and carries us close to His heart.

Here’s the promise.

He will tend his flock like a shepherd; he will gather the lambs in his arms; he will carry them in his bosom, and gently lead those that are with young. – Isaiah 40:11

Make this confession.
  • Jesus is my great shepherd.
  • He provides for my every need.
  • When I am weak, he carries me close to His heart.
  • He gently leads me on the path I need to follow.

In Jesus name,
Amen.

 

Friday

We concluded the week talking about how when God gives you a command, He is really giving you a promise since He always empowers us to do what He has commanded.

When it comes to a root of bitterness, we can pull that root up by learning to walk in forgiveness.

Here’s the promise.

See to it that no one comes short of the grace of God; that no root of bitterness springing up causes trouble, and by it many be defiled. – Hebrews 12:15

Make these confessions.
  • With God’s grace – I will not allow bitterness to take hold of me.
  • With God’s grace – I forgive others the way Christ forgives me.
  • With God’s grace – I forgive my mistakes in the past.
  • With God’s grace – I’m pulling up every root of bitterness I have allowed to grow in my heart.

In Jesus Name,
Amen.

 

That’s it for the week. I hope these promises have been a blessing to you. There is so much fear and anxiety in our world today, don’t let Satan fill you with fear, walk in the power and strength of the Lord today.

Share at least one of these promises with a friend. Everyone needs some good news these days.

Thanks for reading The Daily Promise. I’ll be back on Monday with another promise from God’s Word.

Which of this week’s promises were especially meaningful to you? Take a moment to share it in the comments below.