The Perfect Bible 411
The Perfect Bible 411 – Verses to Call Upon
Do you remember calling 411 on your home phone to get request someone’s phone number? Literally it was a live person on the other end? We in this post you will find a few of my Bible 411s. It is a list composed of the verses I call on when looking for something.
I have several bibles, journals, daily devotionals and books stashed around my house. They all have book marks, have been highlighted, written in, and dogged eared. I am forever finding answers in The Book and prayer. There is an verse for anything that could possibly cross your mind. I can remember and sometimes still guilty of it, telling my problems to friends and wanting them to give me answers. It hit me like a ton of bricks that is not where I should be looking for answers. I am not saying that you can not talk about personal things with your friend/family. Let them be someone to lean on when needed or to celebrate something excited. However, trust that God is your person and all you need to do is ask him. Look to him for answers. These are just a few of my Bible 411s. I hope you enjoy and leave a comment below on what are some of your go-to verses!
- Peace & Rest – Matthew 11:25-30
- Happiness – Psalm 16: 8-9
- depression – Psalm 27
- Financially whipped – Psalm 37
- Worried – Matthew 6: 19-34
- Sin – Psalm 51
- Answers – James 1:5-6
- Confidence – Proverbs 3:5-6
- Strength – Ether 12:27
Matthew 11: 25-30 – Verse to call upon for Peace and Rest
Come to Me, and I Will Give You Rest
25 At that time Jesus declared, â€œI thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that you have hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed them to little children; 26 yes, Father, for such was your gracious will.27 All things have been handed over to me by my Father, and no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him. 28 Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.â€
I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken. Therefore my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices; my body also will rest secure.
Psalm 16: 8-9
Matthew 6: 19-34 – Bible 411 for Worry
19 Some people store up treasures in their homes here on earth. This is a shortsighted practiceâ€”donâ€™t undertake it. Moths and rust will eat up any treasure you may store here. Thieves may break into your homes and steal your precious trinkets. 20 Instead, put up your treasures in heaven where moths do not attack, where rust does not corrode, and where thieves are barred at the door. 21 For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
22 The eye is the lamp of the body. You draw light into your body through your eyes, and light shines out to the world through your eyes. So if your eye is well and shows you what is true, then your whole body will be filled with light. 23 But if your eye is clouded or evil, then your body will be filled with evil and dark clouds. And the darkness that takes over the body of a child of God who has gone astrayâ€”that is the deepest, darkest darkness there is.
When Jesus speaks of eyes and light, He means all people should keep their eyes on God because the eyes are the windows to the soul. Eyes should not focus on trashâ€”pornography, filth, or expensive things. And this is what He means when He says, â€œWhere your treasure is, there your heart will be also.â€
Jesus: 24 No one can serve two masters. If you try, you will wind up loving the first master and hating the second, or vice versa. People try to serve both God and moneyâ€”but you canâ€™t. You must choose one or the other.
25 Here is the bottom line: do not worry about your life. Donâ€™t worry about what you will eat or what you will drink. Donâ€™t worry about how you clothe your body. Living is about more than merely eating, and the body is about more than dressing up. 26 Look at the birds in the sky. They do not store food for winter. They donâ€™t plant gardens.They do not sow or reapâ€”and yet, they are always fed because your heavenly Father feeds them. And you are even more precious to Him than a beautiful bird. If He looks after them, of course He will look after you. 27 Worrying does not do any good; who here can claim to add even an hour to his life by worrying?
28 Nor should you worry about clothes. Consider the lilies of the field and how they grow. They do not work or weave or sew, and yet their garments are stunning. 29 Even King Solomon, dressed in his most regal garb, was not as lovely as these lilies. 30 And think about grassy fieldsâ€”the grasses are here now, but they will be dead by winter. And yet God adorns them so radiantly. How much more will He clothe you, you of little faith, you who have no trust?
31 So do not consume yourselves with questions: What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear? 32 Outsiders make themselves frantic over such questions; they donâ€™t realize that your heavenly Father knows exactly what you need. 33 Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and then all these things will be given to you too. 34 So do not worry about tomorrow. Let tomorrow worry about itself. Living faithfully is a large enough task for today.
Psalm 51:1-19 – Bible 411 Praying when you sin.
1 Look on me with a heart of mercy, O God,
according to Your generous love.
According to Your great compassion,
wipe out every consequence of my shameful crimes.
2 Thoroughly wash me, inside and out, of all my crooked deeds.
Cleanse me from my sins.
3 For I am fully aware of all I have done wrong,
and my guilt is there, staring me in the face.
4 It was against You, only You, that I sinned,
for I have done what You say is wrong, right before Your eyes.
So when You speak, You are in the right.
When You judge, Your judgments are pure and true.[a]
5 For I was guilty from the day I was born,
a sinner from the time my mother became pregnant with me.
6 But still, You long to enthrone truth throughout my being;
in unseen places deep within me, You show me wisdom.
7 Cleanse me of my wickedness with hyssop, and I will be clean.
If You wash me, I will be whiter than snow.
8 Help me hear joy and happiness as my accompaniment,
so my bones, which You have broken, will dance in delight instead.
9 Cover Your face so You will not see my sins,
and erase my guilt from the record.
10 Create in me a clean heart, O God;
restore within me a sense of being brand new.
11 Do not throw me far away from Your presence,
and do not remove Your Holy Spirit from me.
12 Give back to me the deep delight of being saved by You;
let Your willing Spirit sustain me.
13 If You do, I promise to teach rebels Your ways
and help sinners find their way back to You.
14 Free me from the guilt of murder, of shedding a manâ€™s blood,
O God who saves me.
Now my tongue, which was used to destroy, will be used to sing with deep delight of how right and justYou are.
15 O Lord, pry open my lips
that this mouth will sing joyfully of Your greatness.
16 I would surrender my dearest possessions or destroy all that I prize to prove my regret,
but You donâ€™t take pleasure in sacrifices or burnt offerings.
17 What sacrifice I can offer You is my broken spirit
because a broken spirit, O God,
a heart that honestly regrets the past,
You wonâ€™t detest.
18 Be good to Zion; grant her Your favor.
Make Jerusalemâ€™s walls steady and strong.
19 Then there will be sacrifices made,
burnt offerings and whole burnt offerings,
With right motives that will delight You.
And costly young bulls will be offered up to Your altar, only the best.