20 Verses to Meditate On In The Storms of Life

20 Verses to Meditate On

I’ve lived in this fallen, broken world long enough to know we are all faced with storms. Storms are a part of life as we know it. While we look toward heaven with eagerness and anticipation and hope, we must also face the storms of life with the confidence and hope that God alone is sovereign and He is faithful and true.

Each of us are faced with various storms. No two storms are the same. Some face physical storms in the form of cancer and lifelong disease. Some face emotional storms that bring depression and anxiety on a regular basis. Some face relationship storms and are dealing with rebellious children, prodigal children, divorce or years of family arguments.

While I may not have experienced the storm you are facing, I have faced my own storms. And I am learning that I simply must fix my eyes on Jesus during the storm or I will drown in the flood of it all. These verses that I want to share with you help me to fix my eyes on Jesus and to remember truth and hope in the midst of despair. We must stand on the promises of God and tell our hearts that He is faithful.

“Standing on the promises that cannot fail,

When the howling storms of doubt and fear assail…” 

Read the 20 Verses to Meditate On During the Storms of Life over at Crosswalk…

Author: Candace Crabtree

I'm just a messed up mama in need of God's fresh new mercies daily. My husband and I live in beautiful East Tennessee with our 3 children. God has taken me on a journey through the valley of depression and is teaching me to pray the Scriptures as a result. I hope and pray that you will be encouraged whenever you stop by this little place on the web.

1 thought on “20 Verses to Meditate On In The Storms of Life”

  1. These Scriptures are such a BLESSING to me –GOD ALMIGHTY BLESS Yall – We are in a Huge need for a Huge Financial Miracle – i am standing on Scriptures that correlate with our need & i Believe we have already received, but i know The POWER of The Prayer of Agreement (Matthew 18: 19,20) so i would be most grateful for yall to Agree with us — Sincerely, Janet

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