10 More Scriptures To Remember Throughout The Week

10 More Scriptures To Remember Throughout The Week

As we go about our daily lives, it is important to take time to remind ourselves of what God has to say to us in His Word. Here are 10 more scriptures to keep in mind as you go about your week:

  1. Romans 8:28 – In all things, God works for your good, because you love Him, and have been called according to His purpose!
  2. Joshua 1:5 – Because God is on your side, all the days of your life, none will be able to stand against you!
  3. Romans 8:38-39 – Nothing and no one can separate you from the amazing love of God!
  4. Joshua 1:9 – Wherever you go, God is with you!
  5. Psalm 1:2-3 – Those who meditate on and delight in God’s Word will prosper in all that they do!
  6. Romans 8:37  – Always remember that you are MORE than a conqueror in Christ!
  7. Zephaniah 3:17 – You are incredibly special to your Heavenly Father! He rejoices over you with singing. Listen to His song of joy, rather than the lies of the devil!
  8. Romans 8:1 – Don’t constantly condemn yourself over mistakes you have made, for there is no condemnation for you, because you are in Christ!
  9. Psalm 45:12 – Because of the favor of God that is upon you in Christ, people of wealth seek your favor!
  10. Colossians 2:10 – Longing for something or someone to make you feel complete? Know that you are already complete in Christ!

Which of these verses encourages you the most?

You Don’t Have To – Part 2

You Don't Have To - Part 2You Don’t Have To . . .

  • believe everything you hear without stopping to consider whether or not it’s the truth. Sometimes, this world tries to tell us things that aren’t really true. Just because you hear it doesn’t make it the truth. Always ask the Spirit of Truth to guide you into all truth (John 16:13).
  • feel condemned every time you mess up. Romans 8:1 says that there is NO condemnation for those who are in Christ. Today, you don’t have to experience a constant sense of condemnation, because at the cross, Christ was condemned in your place!
  • worry about the opinions of others. As long as you are doing the right thing – doing what God wants you to do – don’t worry about what others think of you. After all, if God is for you, who can be against you (Romans 8:31)?
  • watch or listen to things that don’t reflect your values as a believer. Some songs, while having a catchy beat, contain lyrics that aren’t very edifying. Some movies and tv shows, while possessing an engaging storyline, include some questionable content, as well. Just because something’s popular doesn’t mean that you have to watch or listen to it. If it doesn’t line up with the kind of thing
    Philippians 4:8 says that you should be thinking about, you may want to rethink your choice of media.
  • always be worrying about situations in your life. Instead, cast all of your cares upon the Lord, believing that He will sustain you (Psalm 55:22). Trust that He will work all things together for your good (Romans 8:28)!

Which of these do you need to break away from? How can you begin to do so today?