21 Bible Verses That Remind Us We Are Never Alone

21 Bible Verses That Remind Us We Are Never Alone

"Be strong. Be brave. Be fearless. You are never alone." - Joshua 1:9

1 Corinthians 2:5-9, "...so that your faith might not rest in the wisdom of men but in the power of God...it is not wisdom of this age or of the rulers of this age, who are doomed to pass away. But we impart a secret and hidden wisdom of God."

The wisdom of God is more vast than us mere humans could ever imagine. And He is a really swell guy because he wrote down much of his wisdom for us in scripture. The Bible is packed with love, hope, faith, and The Ultimate Reassurance. So instead of reading more of my ramblings, I wanted to dedicate this article and your time to 21 verses that can get you through whatever you may be facing. Whoever may read this draw closer to His Word, to the hope and the glory that is revealed in his Holy text. There is a message in all your mess. You can and will find it.

1. “Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying “This is the way; walk in it.”

Isiah 30:21

2. “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare, and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”

Jeremiah 29:11

3. “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.”

Philippians 4:13

4. “For everyone who has been born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world- our faith.”

1 John 5:4

5. “God is with you – wherever you may go and no matter what life brings.”

Joshua 1:9

6. “She is clothed in strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.”

Proverbs 31:25

7. "I loved you at your darkest."

Romans 5:8

8. "Under His wings you will find refuge."

Psalm 91:

9. "By the grace of God, I am what I am."

1 Corinthians 15:10

10. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not onto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your path."

Proverbs 3:5-6

11. "You are beautiful for you are fearfully and wonderfully made."

Psalm 139:14

12. "Be strong. Be brave. Be fearless. You are never alone."

Joshua 1:9

13. "Mightier than the waves of the sea is His love for you."

Psalm 93:4

14. "Perhaps this is the moment for which you've been created."

Esther 4:14

15. "I am complete in Him."

Colossians 2:10

16. "Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love."

Psalm 143:8

17. "You are loved more than you will ever know by someone who died to know you."

Romans 5:6

18. "The Lord will fight for you, you need only to be still."

Exodus 14:14

19. "I will never leave you or forsake you."

Joshua 1:5

20. "You are altogether beautiful my darling, beautiful in every way."

Song of Songs 4:7

21. "Whenever you feel unloved, unimportant, or insecure, remember to whom you belong."

Ephesian 2:19-22

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Poetry on Odyssey: Come and See!

The Great Invitation of Love

In the Bright light of Sun by the Sea

Jesus plucked disciples from Galilee

He said to young Master Phillip, "Come,

Come, my Friend and Follow me!"


In that instance he knew the Love of the Lamb

He felt the awe and light of the great I Am

So amazed was he, that he went out in the land

To Find his devoted friend, Nathanael


Phillip gave to him surprising news:

"We found the one foretold by Moses

in the law and in the Prophets too!

He is the son of Joseph, born of Nazareth!"


Nathanael seemed skeptical, his brow furrowed

He looked up from the shade of the fig tree

"What good is found in Israel's lowest little burrow?"

Phillip simply said "Come and See."


When he came upon the Son of Man,

He saw the Love that in the fullness of time

Would come to save all of Adam's Kind

When He said He knew, Nathanael sat

Beneath the Fig Tree, in the Shade


Come and See, my friends

the New Worlds God has made

for us to share:

Their names are Love, Hope, Charity

Through the fullness of time

They will always be there

Inviting us in!


This is a poetic paraphrase of the beginning of Jesus' calling of the disciples, and came about after listening to sermon on the same topic at the Church of Epiphany in Gates, NY. God invites us to see what he has to offer, and what living a life full of Love can do for us, and for the rest of the world.





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This Is How Christians Should Love In 2018

2017 was a year filled with a lot of tragedy, but we learned how to hope, how to persevere, and how to love.

I think it's safe to say that 2017 was a year filled with a lot of change, for a lot of people. Some of it was not the best, and some of it actually had a great effect on people. 2017 was filled with a lot of tragedy and heartache as if we just kept taking hit after hit. But the beauty of difficult situations, was that people rallied together and we got to see people have hope, and we got to see how that changed everything.

While 2017 was definitely a rough year, to me, it gave me hope for what we will get to see one day. I think especially as Christians, we learned a lot in the year 2017, and I think we could apply so much of the wisdom we gained and the truth we learned from making mistakes.

Jesus didn't wait until someone asked Him to do something, He always acted out of love, and did so without hesitation. Modeling our new year after His heart is one of the wisest things I think we could do.



1. Christians seeking out the hurting.

With all the tragedies from all of the hurricanes, the violent shootings, having a new president- there was a lot of fear and hurting in this last year. Jesus intentionally sought out the hurting, despite it being uncomfortable or hard, but He just simply loved them, and this all made the world of difference.

I think we as Christians should take time out of our busy schedules and seek out those that are really hurting, and live out Acts 2:42-47 with them. Helping them with any financial needs, any physical need, or a broken family that needs some extra encouragement, love, and affirmation.

We got a great glimpse of this due to all the tragedies, but there are daily tragedies that occur right in front of us; we just have to choose to see and take action.



2. Christians loving the broken.

Alright, I don't know where the misinterpretation of the Bible happened, but Jesus had dinner with the tax collectors and prostitutes, who were the people everyone looked down upon and ran from. I don't think anywhere in the Bible does it say "only hang out with people that are like you."

Now, don't get me wrong, I think community is a beautiful thing, and that's why we have the church, but community should consistently bring others in. Jesus wasn't cliquish. Jesus wasn't exclusive.

Jesus didn't flinch when His friends cussed in front of His believer friends. Jesus didn't tell them to change. He loved them, which then brought on the change. I just want to dwell on this one for a second, that people are NOT problems to fix. Your "little" lie is just as equal to someone getting drunk.

Sin is sin.

Jesus loves us despite our sin, so we should model our lives off of that love. Even leadership, I understand being busy, but I believe it makes the world of difference to see leadership loving on the broken, because nowhere in our position are we, or should we ever be, too busy to love others. Broken pieces have sharp, jagged edges, and sometimes it's not pretty, but we've also had those edges, too, and Jesus didn't hesitate for a second to love us.







3. Christians should look at others how God sees them.

I'm all for leadership and training people how to lead and equipping others with that truth, but if we are only loving those that have "potential," then I think we are really limiting what God can do. As man, we don't always see what God sees. The little timid girl could be a bold, and fearless leader, but if we don't ever take the time to encourage her or love her, then we could really be missing out on getting to help someone step into their full potential.

Humility is something we should daily choose, and encourage amongst others, because if we have pride in the body of Christ then we could miss an opportunity to let God use us.

4. Christians should love, expecting nothing in return.

We are a society that tends to do things for others, whenever we can get something in return, and for this, our love will always fall short, and our love will get easily annoyed and frustrated. Everything we volunteer for or say yes to, we need to be giving our whole hearts into loving Jesus and loving people - even if it won't get us that job promotion, or the person we are going to love doesn't appreciate it.

If we are doing something for the approval of others, we are going to get burnt out really quick. As Christians, we are called to lay our lives down, even if it's kind of ugly, kind of messy, and to be completely honest, even if it sucks. Our desire should be to share the truth of who Jesus is with everyone, and that truth should be intricately wound into every single of our actions and words.

Now, none of this article is intended to make anyone feel bad, but I do believe that every single thing that happened in 2017 we were intended to learn from.

We should radically love Jesus and love others, and if we give it our all, I can promise the outcome is going to be so sweet, and so beautiful. Jesus rescued us because He loved us so deeply, and I think that's some news that should never cease to inspire us every single day of 2018.

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