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Let the Weary Rest :: Grace & Truth Linkup #20!

Grace & Truth

What is Grace & Truth?

Grace & Truth (a blog Link-up, Linky or Link Party) exists to point people to Jesus! We hope this link-up will be a source of encouragement each and every week. It’s run by 7 Christian women. If you’re a blogger our hope is that you’ll use this space as a way to meet new friends within the Christian blogging community. If you’re a reader our hope is that you’ll meet new bloggers that love Jesus just as much as you do! Most of all, we hope you’ll meet Jesus here.

At the beginning of each new link-up week (which happens to be Friday), the Hosts will post their favorite post of the previous week, to be “featured” (see below for directions on how to be featured!).

Featured Post for Week 20

Welcome to Grace & Truth Week 20! I have still been sick; my virus morphed into something even worse, and I’ve been trying to sleep the sickness off when I’m able. The week has FLOWN for me again. Hopefully I’ll be on the mend soon. 🙂 If you’re new to Grace&Truth, welcome! If you’re a veteran, I’m so thankful you’re sticking with us! 🙂

Debbie’s “Let the Weary Rest part 2” jumped out at me. I love when I see a perfect portrait of grace. Nothing that man does, just all God’s work. LOVE IT.

Do you work so hard to please Him, to earn His favor? When you fail, (and you will), do you feel as though He is hugely disappointed and can never truly love you?

I know I struggle with the same strivings and failings as you do. Usually I flog myself for awhile and then He lifts up my downturned chin and assures me that He loves me. It’s the same stupid pattern, yet I replay it.

And then there is the temptation to appear as if I have it all together. I don’t dare show that I’m weak and broken. So I work hard to impress you. And what is ironic about it, is that you struggle in the same way. Yet, we work hard to maintain the “perfect” status. Debbie @ Notes Along the Way

You’ve gotta go read the whole post. I know it will bless you.

Congratulations, Debbie! You totally deserve it!

Here is a button, just in case you need it. 😉


Your Hosts

Christie @ Satisfaction Through Christ

Kaylene Yoder

Holly @ The Brown Tribe

Arabah Joy

Jennifer @ A Divine Encounter

Jen @ Being Confident of This

Jenn @ Busy Being Blessed (You are here. *giggle*)

Becky @ Sharing Redemption’s Stories


1.) Follow your hosts via their blog and/or social media channels. This is not mandatory, but appreciated!

2.) Leave 1-2 of your most recent CHRISTIAN LIVING posts. Please do not link DIY, crafts, recipes, non-relevant reviews, ads, etc. Links of this kind will be deleted.
We also reserve the right to delete posts that don’t align with the theme of evangelical Christianity or that are deemed by the hostesses to be inappropriate.

3.) Visit 1-2 other links and leave a meaningful comment! We want to encourage community, so please don’t link and run!

4.) All links are randomly sorted – feel free to link as early or as late as you’d like. The visible playing field is even!

In order to be featured next week:
5.) Grab a button or link back to encourage new linkers. This is not mandatory to participate, but is required to be featured. Any place noticeable is fine – within your post or in your sidebar.

6.) Each host will choose one link to feature and promote via their social media channels next week.

7.) By linking up you agree to allow the hosts to use your featured post image if you are chosen as a feature for next week.

Grab A Button

If you’d like to possibly be featured next week you can use the code below, grab one of the buttons or use a text link. Be sure to link back here:

Grace & Truth Link-up @ Busy Being Blessed


Join the week 20 link-up below!


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1 thought on “Let the Weary Rest :: Grace & Truth Linkup #20!”

  1. Thank you Jenn for featuring me. Glad my blog encouraged you. It seems that many have been touched by it’s message. I read your description about yourself. I hate to do dishes too! Usually to keep myself grateful, I tell myself, “I’m thankful I have food to eat so I have dishes to wash”. It helps every time. I’d rather be outside in my flowers! Have a good weekend Jenn!

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