God’s Love > Our Weakness

God’s Love > Our Weakness

When I had come into my room one evening recently, a thought immediately came to mind. This may look like a normal occurrence to you – we’re always thinking, right? lol – but this time was not one of those very common cases.

There will be times occasionally when an idea suddenly comes to me, or is the answer to something I was questioning in my heart, and it doesn’t feel the same as a normal thought. That is because it has been inspired by the Holy Spirit. ❤ The one that I desired to share with you today is, as you saw in the title:

His love is greater than our weakness.

Our shortcomings, our sins, our mistakes, our failures – everything we’ve ever done that we aren’t proud of and wish could be erased, as well as every painful memory we’ve buried, pushed out of sight, and turned away from.

There is absolutely nothing His love cannot heal.

In our past, present, and future … in every person that has ever been created … from the most prominent of sins, to the slightest mistake …

His love is greater still.

There isn’t one thing you could imagine up or draw on from your past that is greater than His mercy, forgiveness, and grace.

And He loves all of us so much.

If there was only one thing I could desire for my readers to know or understand better after visiting my blog, it would be this:

It is never too late to accept the gift of His love.

He is the One Who inspires me to reach higher, love more, and chase after His dreams – not my own. His love is the number one thing that has impacted my life so immensely, so passionately … it is my deepest desire that you, the reader, know the Lord’s love in this same way.

“Because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” – Romans 10:9 ESV

If it is on your heart to talk to someone, I will be here for you. ❤ Comment down below, or visit my Contact page, if you like. In case you’d like to read further in the Bible, John 3 is the very first chapter I read on my own, and it continues to bless me to this day. I pray that the Lord will be with you. ❤ ❤ ❤

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Bible Verses That Comfort Me

Bible Verses That Comfort Me

Hi guys! I hope that you’re all doing well. x It has been a while since I did a post sharing some of my favorite Bible verses, so that’s what I’ll be talking about today! Sharing the ones that I love is so much fun, and I also love recommending comforting verses to others. I’m surprised it has been so long since I did a post like this!

Below, you will find a small compilation of Bible verses that, as the title suggests, are of great comfort to me. I’m always finding new verses in the Bible that bring me peace, and the ones for today are just a selection that I frequently come back to. I hope you enjoy! Let me know in the comments below which verses are comforting to YOU. 🙂

My Favorite Comforting Verses

My first favorite is Romans 8. That whole chapter is absolutely amazing, and if I had to pick just one verse from it that blesses me the most, it would be 8:11.

And if the Spirit of Him Who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, He Who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies because of His Spirit Who lives in you.

I spotted that verse for the first time on Pinterest, no less. It was a while back, and it completely blew my mind. It’s verses like that one that I continually come back to, because like so many others, it’s worth reading over and over again!

My second recommendation is from the beginning of John 15. The first eight verses are a parable Jesus told His disciples, and as I’ve mentioned in my Cultivating A Joyful Life series, I am completely in love with His parables. This one is about how He is the True Vine, and that we are the branches. The fifth verse does a good job of summing it up (see below), but the whole parable is definitely worth reading.

I am the Vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from Me you can do nothing.

It beautifully reminds me to focus on growing in His love, instead of looking to outside circumstances for contentment and happiness. He is the reason for my joy!

For my third choice on this list, I definitely have to include Philippians 1:21.

For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.

While I’m here on this earth, everything that happens in my life is part of His plans for me! And when my time on this earth is done, I will spend all of eternity by His side. ❤

I’ll have to do a second part sometime! I enjoyed it. Thanks for reading 🙂

What are YOUR favorite Bible verses?

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