Do you ever read Scripture and find yourself wondering, “is the Bible relevant today?” We definitely feel that disconnect. So we’ve set out to make Scripture meditations that give us a framework for how to start reading the Bible. Join us as we let the Bible be the Bible, and learn to engage with it meaningfully. 

Where You’re Meant to Be

Just because things feel out of sync doesn’t mean you’re in the “wrong job” or that you’re not getting a relationship “right.” You could be right where you’re meant to be

Find peace in letting God be your strength, even in your unsettledness.

Join us in this Scripture meditation through this excerpt from Psalm 18!

Psalm 18:30-32

30 As for God, his way is perfect:

    The LORD’s word is flawless;

    he shields all who take refuge in him.

31 For who is God besides the LORD?

    And who is the Rock except our God?

32 It is God who arms me with strength

    and keeps my way secure.

What This Teaches us About God

  • His way is perfect (v. 30)
  • He is my Rock (v. 31)
  • He keeps my way secure (v. 32)

Prayers of Response

Lord, I confess that right now, it doesn’t feel like your way is perfect because ________. Please help me trust you.

Thank you for being my Rock and shielding me from __________.

Prayer Requests

Lord, please help me discern your “perfect way” in regards to __________.

Father, I pray that ________ (name) comes to know that your way is good, flawless, and trustworthy. 

Prayers of Readiness

Lord, today I need you to arm me with strength for __________

Please shield ______ (person or family) as they ____________. Keep their way secure!


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