Step 1: Read today's verses.

Step 2: Summarize each passage in a short, concise statement.

Step 3: Use the comment section to share one passage and your summation. 

Recommendation: Consider writing your statement in your Bible beside the given text.  This practice will allow you to review your thoughts a year from now, or you can pass your Bible along to a new Christian, child, or grandchild to help them in their journey of faith.

GENESIS 26:19-35

The Lord shows us here that the patriarch Isaac had trials, fears, sin, hassles, and family problems.  Yet the Lord was pleased to use Isaac as he learned to obey the Lord. 

JUDGES 6:19-40

When God's people are willing to trust Him and go to war for God by carefully following His word, they will see God give victory; but before God gives the biggest victory, He will develop His people by smaller victories.

PSALM 37:14-26

Take comfort in knowing that God is intimately aware of your needs.  He knows what you need and what your limits are. 

ISAIAH 33:13-24

Be overtaken by His person, His work, His beauty. 

MATTHEW 14:22-36

Jesus sends us into storms not to destroy our faith but to deepen it. 

ROMANS 14:1-8

In the church, we are to accept and not judge one another when we differ on matters where the Bible does not give specific commandments.