Breath Day

It takes breath to speak words.

Genesis 1:3 ~ Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light…”

The Breath of God spoke the World into existence.

At Breath on Paper we believe memorizing scripture is the best way to get the Word of God in our heart.

Our verse for this week reminds us that it is when we put our hope in the Lord that we soar above our problems, like the eagle soars above the earth.  One translation says, “those who wait upon the Lord”.  What if the ‘wait’ is the serve kind of wait?  Strength will rise as we wait upon The Lord…as we serve Him.   Read it that way and see the different meaning it takes on.

but those wait upon the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

Print the photo below and put it on your refrigerator, tape it to your bathroom mirror, post it over your computer at work, or save it as your screen saver on your computer. Get it into your heart so you can breathe The Word.

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Read the verse. Close your eyes and ask God how many times you should write it? Open your journal and write it exactly like He had Isaiah write it for you and as many times as you heard Him say. Ask God what He wants to show you about this verse. Write in your journal what you hear. Let your head get out-of-the-way and allow the words to flow through your pen.

Write from your heart. ~ but those wait upon the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. ~ It’s Breath on Paper.

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Your Turn: What did God speak to you through this verse? Encourage others with a nugget from your journal. Share your thoughts on our blog below in Leave a Reply. ~ Breath on Paper

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