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Leaning on your Bible for guidance

Updated on September 28, 2021

My Bible

My bible is falling apart at the seams, it is amazing how wonderful I feel after reading a few of my favorite verses. I could be having the worst day ever and those words, the words of God will perk me right up. The peace I feel within my heart after reading just a few words is something that's hard to describe.

No matter what you're going through in your life, there is always going to be a bible verse you can read to help you get through your tough times. Reading some of the stories in the Bible and seeing what those people endured is enough alone to make me feel better. Below are a couple of examples and verses, I hope you find these as helpful as I did.

Dealing With Money Troubles

Having a family is extremely rewarding but it doesn't come without it's struggles. So many things can go wrong within the home. You have finances to juggle, kids need clothes, shoes, food etc...... and the list goes on and on. But I know God has me covered and will help me through it.

I have found (Matthew 6:25-34) quite helpful.

{Don't worry about everyday life--whether you have enough food, drink and clothing?.... He will give you all you need from day to day if you live for him and make the kingdom of God your primary concern}

This verse always provides me with such comfort in my time of need. God provides for us and we should never worry about petty stuff such as money, food, etc.... Everything we need he will provide for us.

Feeling Overwhelmed

Life can be so hectic, always moving, changing, and everyone seems to be constantly on the go. We try to juggle 20 different things at once and wonder why we stay so stressed. Starting so many projects at one time is never gonna end well. Even the most savviest multi-tasker will eventually get burnt out. We're human and it gets overwhelming and we get frustrated. I usually turn to this verse for guidance and assurance, very simple and straight to the point.

(Matthew 5:37)

{Just say a simple, "Yes, I will," or "No, I won't." Your word is enough.}

Sometimes we need to just sit back and let God take the wheel, we should never take on too many things at once it is alright to tell someone "No" every now and then. Do one complete task before you move on to the next. God will guide you through it.

When We Are Afraid

We should never let the fear of life get in the way of us living the plan God has provided us with. Fear can be crippling to one's body and mind when I see myself starting to let fear grab me I usually turn to this verse. (Isaiah 41:10)

{So do not fear I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.}

With God we can all conquer our fears, just put it in the hands of the father.

Always remember to put your faith in God, whatever you're going through he will lead you through it. God will guide you in the right direction you just have to be willing to embrace him and listen. His love is undying and provided his words to help and enlighten us, so next time you feel like screaming open your bible instead.


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