January Scripture Challenge: Days 11-15

Here are my thoughts on days 11-15 of my January Scripture Challenge! I hope you enjoy them and that you are incorporating scripture into your happy and healthy adventure. πŸ™‚ ❀

January 11th: Joshua 1:5-9

God is always with us and will never fail us. No matter the path you pursue in life (which God has planned for you!), you will prosper and succeed because of God. We should approach everything we do in our lives with strength and courage, because God is with us always.

January 12th: Matthew 6:20-23

If you share with God what your treasures (such as your dreams and passions) are, they will remain safe because of God’s heavenly presence over them. Like the passage says, “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” If your treasures are in heaven with God, so is your heart, and God will protect your heart.

January 13th: Matthew 6:32-34

First, seek God. Then, He will provide you with everything that you need in order to follow His plan for you. Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow takes care of itself because God oversees each day of His plan for you.

January 14th: Psalm 27:1-4

Since the Lord is always with us and provides us light and salvation, there is nothing to be afraid of. God instills strength within us and protects us, so we shouldn’t worry ourselves with fear because of God. God wants us to be confident and succeed, and to not be fearful. If you are constantly praying and believe in Him and His greatness, you can show your confidence to the world.

January 15th: Psalm 27:11-14

We should always be seeking the teachings of God and the HisΒ way. He leads us on our planned path, but we have to trust and believe in His ways in order to receive what He is giving us. This passage says, “Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thy heart…” The Lord works in mysterious ways, but if we are patient and truly believe, He will make us strong which will allow us to trust His plan for us.


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