Bible verses… May 9, 2007

Filed under: God showed/taught me/ect — beyondtheoutside @ 11:21 PM

This will involve comments!
Ok, so i want to know a couple things…

1) What is your favorite verse/passage or chapter in the whole Bible?
2) Why?
3) How long has it been your favorite verse?
4) How has it touched you personally or what does it mean to you?

Leave it!



2 Responses to “Bible verses…”

  1. Sarah Says:

    First, thanks for allowing anonymous and “other” comments because sometimes I’m just too lazy to log in. 😉

    To answer your questions. Well, I think you already know.

    Psalm 77 is my favorite passage and has been for about 2 years I think. When I was going through a very rough time God led me to this chapter. It reminded me to not just look at my current circumstances and mourn, but to remember the past, at God’s grace and mercy that is so evident in my life. What it tells me is that God loves me so much that these trials are only for my good, and to bring me closer to Him. And when they are over, I can look back and be reminded of his goodness.

    Hopefully that all makes sense.
    Another favorite is Jeremiah 29:11, for basically the same reason. Now you gotta share yours. 🙂

  2. Maggie Says:

    My favorite is really a couple right now. Not just one. My tops though would be…
    Psalm 37 and 77
    Jer 29:11
    Eps 2 (whole chapter)
    Phil 4:6-7 are favs.
    And pretty much anything in James!!!
    They are my encouraging verse =]. Also I was memorizing verses about grace b/c I was struggling with condemnation. So things like “my grace is sufficient for you” and things like that were key verses. [=

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