Verse of the Week


Psalm 73: 26 NLT My health may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my heart; he is mine forever.

*Here are a few tips or suggestions for anyone who wants to not only learn God’s word, but also start applying it to their daily lives.

  1. As someone who suffers with an health issue, it’s very easy for me to understand the depth in which this promise affects those undergoing these types of difficulties. However, just as Christ does not belong to a select group of individuals, neither does  this scripture only refer to those experiencing a physical or spiritual ailment. For an example, depending on the person and circumstance, spiritual weakness may be derived from a “slip-up”- that is when you enact a type of sin you may have been formerly acquainted with and would strive to be opposed to inducing such actions. Nevertheless, this is when knowing the word for yourselves proves to be a critical asset, especially when facing this type of discouragement that can have a large internal impact and cause doubt to overshadow the strength that was once evident within your faith in God.
  2. This week I challenge you to push past you personal limitations, in order to start depending upon the Lord for strength and prosperity, as long as you are faithfully committed to Him and His word, compromising in nothing. Be a faithful servant and good steward. Began walking out by faith, challenging and claiming the promises left by our King, ““And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose” (‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:28‬ ‭KJV‬‬). Do not allow the hardships we face in this life to hinder your blessings, however, look at them as an opportunity to grow in ways you never deemed imaginable, while also taking into account these words of wisdom, “If you listen to constructive criticism, you will be at home among the wise. If you reject discipline, you only harm yourself; but if you listen to correction, you grow in understanding” (Proverbs 15:31-32 NLT).

*Make sure that if you have any questions, requests or concerns to leave a comment at the bottom of any of  the Verse of the Week posts. Anything that pertains to this will be entitled beneath this category.


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