Comfort · Encouragement · trials

My Favorite Bible Verse To Share With Hurting People

This is just a screenshot of my favorite verse. A friend sent this to me, knowing it is my verse. Do you ever hear somebody reading a verse that is special to you, and you think to yourself,

“Wait!! That’s my verse!”

That is the way I feel when I hear someone quote or read Psalm 73:25 and 26. God gave me this verse the morning of our daughter, Ashley’s funeral, so many years ago . I learned that day that God is my portion; He is enough for me, even in the hardest times.

When I want to comfort someone else who is going through a trial, I share this verse because I know what a comfort it was to my own heart. I remind them that just as we portion out a piece of pie that is suitable for each person at our table, in a much greater sense, God gives to us the amount of grace that we need for that moment.

It is always enough.

He is always enough.

He will strengthen the very core of who you are when you turn to Him.

If you or someone you know is going through a difficult time, feel free to share my verse, or claim it as your own. 😊

10 thoughts on “My Favorite Bible Verse To Share With Hurting People

  1. How generous and kind Denise! I’m so sorry for your loss- we look at people, assuming their life is perfect, without trials. How wrong we are.

    Thank you,

    Ann Marie

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    1. Thank you Ann Marie. That was the most difficult trial I’ve experienced, but God’s grace was sufficient for every day of our grief. We will spend eternity together!

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  2. Dear Mrs. Denise: How powerful His Word is. Words of Truth and Life to sustain us through Life. I, too, have a verse I claim as mine. The latter portion of Psalm 30:5: …weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. This scripture has been my Rock of Strength. Blessings to you this day. ❤ ❤

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  3. Thank you for sharing this. My father passed away yesterday just one week after being diagnosed with bone cancer.

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    1. Oh Sharon, I’m so sorry. I pray that you will understand the love of God in your time of sorrow. He cares for you. I Peter 5:7 I’ll be praying for you during this time.

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