By Randy Petersen
When existence throws a curve, for hundreds of years no resource of perception and encouragement has introduced extra convenience than the Bible. 99 Bible offers for difficult Times is a suite of the private knowledge present in Scripture.
Randy Petersen, a writer/teacher from New Jersey, has written fifty books and lots of biblical studies classes. He additionally serves as grownup schooling Director at his United Methodist church.
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At face value, you might take this promise as a kind of blank check. ” But when we find delight in the Lord, we want what he wants. We just want to make him happy. And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus. —PHILIPPIANS 4:19 The apostle Paul knew all about economic hardship. “I know what it is to be in need,” he told the Philippians (verse 12), but there were also times of plenty. He had learned to be content whether rich or poor. In these personal comments at the end of this letter to the church at Philippi, Paul thanked them for some gifts they had sent.
Heal me, O LORD, and I will be healed; save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise. —JEREMIAH 17:14 Jeremiah was a reluctant prophet with an unpopular message. He knew people would react badly to God’s message, but he still proclaimed it and suffered for it. Much of the book of Jeremiah consists of a running dialogue with God about the prophet’s various misfortunes—imprisonment, slander, plots against his life. He didn’t deserve any of it—and he regularly reminds God of that fact.
Astonishingly, God doesn’t need servants who are perfectly strong. He wants weak servants who rely on his strength. If you’re beating yourself up over some personal failure and blaming it on some flaw in your character, take note. You can boast in your weakness and grab hold of Christ’s power. “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. ” Imagine how it feels when the Creator of the universe says that.
99 Bible Promises for Tough Times by Randy Petersen