Monday’s Breaking Bread

Welcome to Monday’s Breaking Bread.

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Please note that this week there are shorter posts- Scriptures and a worship song that I pray will encourage you – so that I (Anna) can devote myself more fully to my children, who are on a week long autumn break from school.


Psalm 93

The Lord is king! He is robed in majesty.
    Indeed, the Lord is robed in majesty and armed with strength.
The world stands firm
    and cannot be shaken.

Your throne, O Lord, has stood from time immemorial.
    You yourself are from the everlasting past.
The floods have risen up, O Lord.
    The floods have roared like thunder;
    the floods have lifted their pounding waves.
But mightier than the violent raging of the seas,
    mightier than the breakers on the shore—
    the Lord above is mightier than these!
Your royal laws cannot be changed.
    Your reign, O Lord, is holy forever and ever.

4 thoughts on “Mightier

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  1. Dear Anna, Oh, what precious verse and song to begin this week with! I so love that song by Alisa Turner. This was just what I needed to read and listen to today, as my heart is so heavy for loved ones. Thank you for bringing such encouragement! Love & Hugs!


    1. Dear Bettie, sending you so much love. It is so hard to watch those we love hurting. May God give your aching heart a peace that passes all understanding, as You keep laying all your cares and worries for these loved ones before Him. God is so faithful to bring the encouragement we need most- these two were gifts He gave me today too. Love from afar, Anna


  2. Thank you so much for this needed encouragement, Anna. The verses and the song are so uplifting. I need to be reminded daily of what a MIGHTY GOD we have! Love and hugs! Enjoy your time with your children. 🙂


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