Reading Bible verses for healing and strength can be difficult to understand. We ask ourselves why God works miracles in one person’s life and not in another. We pray feverishly for the healing of our body and feel like our prayers go unanswered; it can be a lonely feeling. The truth is that God can deliver you from your illness and suffering. Not only that but he can take that work of evil and turn it into something wonderful. These verses are more than just proving that God can heal your body, but that we need patience and faith. God works for our best interests and sometimes that is not on our timeline. Amazing things can come from the worst situations, but it’s our trust in God that gets us through anything. Since we can’t see the future, perhaps we should trust our God who can!
Encouraging Bible Verses and Pictures for Everyday Emotions
Too many sites today try to compete by flashing the highest number of Bible verses on a subject. “The best 2000 Bible verses to live by,” or “600 best Bible verses about life.” It is true that the Bible has a way of providing that one perfect verse at the perfect time that lifts our spirits and comforts us when hope is lost. But combing through hundreds of verses that are only closely related to a topic doesn’t provide much comfort. It is about finding the most encouraging Bible verses, sometimes even with motivational pictures, that can provide the clarity we need to look back toward God. Also see our verses on grief and loss.
With all of that in mind, we tried to provide only the most direct and impactful verses for the subjects you are looking for. We are adding new emotions and topics as quickly as we can in hopes that these will bring comfort to someone in need; so please check back often. And save our site! When you are going through something and need to turn to the Bible, this is a great place to start. Upcoming verses are in our “coming soon” section, but if you have a need, please contact us and we will do our best to make your request a priority. The only benefit we get is knowing we helped our fellow Christian brothers and sisters.