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Bible Verses About Making The Best Of Every Situation

So you’re stuck in a job you hate, or you’re in a relationship that just isn’t working out. Maybe things just don’t seem to be going your way. How do you find the strength and courage to keep going? We’ve got good news for you: God is on your side! He has plenty of encouragement for those times when life seems like the worst thing ever. Here are some Bible verses about making the best of every situation:

Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

Psalm 27:14 – Wait on the LORD: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the LORD.

I’ll be the first person to admit that I’m not very good at planning things. If it were up to me, we’d just wing it every day. And while this might lead to some fun surprises, we all know that it’s rarely a good idea to do that when you’re trying to run a business or get out of debt or raise kids. So what does the Bible say about making plans?

Proverbs 14:8

Proverbs 14:8 says, “The wisdom of the prudent is to give thought to their ways, but the folly of fools is deception.”

This verse tells us that it’s important to think about what we’re doing and not just do things on a whim. It also warns against making hasty decisions that are foolish and may be harmful in the long run.

Jeremiah 29:11

God has a plan for you. He knows what is best for you, and that’s what he wants for you. His plans are always better than yours because they are made with your best interest in mind, and they have the potential to make your future brighter than anything else you could possibly imagine.

God’s plans are good because they’re beneficial to us all—not just one person or group, but everyone who listens to him and follows his instructions. These instructions include things like loving other people no matter who they are (Matthew 22:37-40), honoring our parents (Ephesians 6:2), giving generously without expecting anything back (Luke 6:38), forgiving those who sin against us (Matthew 18:21-22) and many other things besides!

Proverbs 15:22

Proverbs 15:22 says, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.”

What’s the best way to make a plan? Have a team! If you’re working on something by yourself, it’s easy to get tunnel vision and make decisions that aren’t in your best interest or the best interest of others. When you have trusted people in your corner who can help guide you through difficult situations and provide insight into what might be happening behind the scenes, it makes things much easier.

This Proverb also teaches us something about ourselves: we’re all fallible human beings who tend to make mistakes when we try to do things on our own. We need others around us who will challenge our ideas and tell us when something isn’t working out so well (and sometimes even when it is!).

Proverbs 16:9

God is the one who plans for you. He is the one who knows the future, and he can make things happen in your life. God has great power to do anything that he wants to do, so if he makes plans for us then we should always follow them because they are good plans!

Psalm 33:10-11

  • Make plans according to the will of God. Psalm 33:10-11 says, “We delight in your decrees; we will not neglect your word. Revive us, Lord, and we will call upon your name; revive our well-being as it withers away.” There are times when our plans are good and they can be trusted. However, there is no way our plans can compare with the perfect wisdom of God’s plan for us!
  • Our lives are far better when we follow Jesus than if we go it alone. It is impossible to have peace, protection, prosperity or success apart from Christ because those things come from Him (Prov 16:7).

Psalm 90:17

“For in God’s hand are the ends of all things, and His planning is infinite.” (Psalm 90:2)

God’s word tells us that everything He does is for a purpose. He has plans and purposes for your life! You don’t need to be anxious or worried because you know that His plans are better than yours could ever be. And even if they weren’t, you can trust that His plan is for your good!

Ecclesiastes 9:10

In Ecclesiastes 9:10, we learn that “whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might.” That’s not just good advice for building furniture or completing homework assignments. It’s a reminder that plans are important, and they don’t have to be complicated.

You can plan while you’re sitting on the couch and watching TV, sitting in class listening to a lecture, or cooking dinner—as long as it’s something you truly enjoy doing! Make sure all of your plans are meaningful (not just an empty ritual) and that they align with God’s purpose for your life.

Bible Verses About Making The Best Of Every Situation

Introduction

We all have problems. We all have hardships. But with the proper perspective and trust in God, we can find meaning and purpose in what would otherwise be just a depressing life. Read on to see how God Himself has instructed us through His word to make the most of every situation!

Romans 12:2

You can’t control everything that happens to you in life. But you can control how you react and respond to it. The passage above, from Romans 12:2, encourages readers to make the best of every situation by not allowing themselves to be shaped by the world around them but instead being transformed by renewing their minds. This means thinking differently about life and all its experiences so they won’t just shrug off good things or get caught up in bad ones.

With this mind-set, we can learn more about our own personalities and how we interact with others (and vice versa), as well as test and approve God’s will for our lives.

Proverbs 16:3

God’s wisdom is found in his word. This verse declares that God’s word is truth and that it is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path. It also says that God’s word is a mirror to our heart and a guide for our life.

Ecclesiastes 9:10

Ecclesiastes 9:10 says, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.” This verse is a reminder that we are all human and that the best way to live our lives is to work hard and have fun doing it. It can be easy to get hung up on mistakes or failures in life, but we need to remember that God sees our hearts and knows what’s going on inside us. He knows when we try our absolute best, even if things don’t turn out the way we hoped they would. The point isn’t always about accomplishing great things; sometimes it’s just about doing whatever you can do with all of your heart.

Philippians 4:13

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13

God will give you strength to rise above your circumstances. He will give you peace, even when everything seems chaotic around you. He will give joy in the midst of sorrow, hope in times of despair, love and patience when there is no love or patience left within yourself, faith that things will work out in the end no matter how bad they seem now — even when “now” feels like an eternity and “end” seems like never-never land.

Deuteronomy 31:6

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1 Peter 3:14

In 1 Peter 3:14, the apostle Peter writes that God’s grace is sufficient for all situations. The word “sufficient” here means “enough,” so this verse is saying that God’s grace will be enough—no matter what happens in life. When you’re going through a hard time, God’s grace will be enough to get you through it. When you’re going through a good time and everything seems perfect, then again, His grace will provide everything necessary for your needs as well!

This passage also says that God provides us with all things—not just material things but also spiritual ones like peace, patience and joy (verse 13). In other words: if something is missing from your life right now (peace), or if there are negative emotions such as anger growing inside of you (anger), or if things aren’t going well because something bad has happened recently (grief/sorrow), then let go of those feelings right now by trusting that His love covers every situation!

1 Samuel 16:7

“Then Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed him in the midst of his brethren: and the Spirit of the Lord came upon David from that day forward.”

Samuel anoints David as king of Israel. He is a shepherd boy with a gift for music and warfare. He becomes a warrior and eventually marries Saul’s daughter Michal.

David was a man after God’s own heart who became renowned as King David—but he also had flaws that sometimes got in the way.

2 Corinthians 12:10

“Therefore we do not lose heart, but though our outer man is decaying, yet our inner man is being renewed day by day. For momentary light affliction is producing for us an eternal weight of glory far beyond all comparison, while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are unseen; for the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are unseen are eternal.” – 2 Corinthians 4:16-18

How long do you think it took to write those words? If they had been taken from a book instead of scribbled on a piece of parchment and sent into space thousands of years ago with no guarantee that anyone would read it in their lifetime… how long would you think it took?

Think about this as you consider what’s happening in your life right now. Every situation has its challenges and obstacles; however hard it may seem now there will be an end to this trial.

Romans 14:22-23

God’s will is not always the same as our will. God’s will is not always easy to understand. It’s not always easy to accept, live with or see.

In fact, in Romans 14:22-23 we read: “For it is written, ‘I will destroy the wisdom of the wise; the intelligence of intelligent people I will frustrate.’ Where is the wise one? Where is the scribe? Where is the debater of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of this world?”

If you find yourself struggling with these questions, then let me encourage you today by sharing some scripture verses from my favorite Bible book and one of my favorite studies from church—the book of Proverbs.

Genesis 50:20

The last verse I would like to share with you is Genesis 50:20. “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” This verse reminds us that we should not be concerned about how others treat us, but instead focus on how God can use their hurtful actions for His purposes.

Joseph had a chance to make amends with his brothers after they sold him into slavery. He forgave them even though they had broken his heart by selling him into slavery and then lying about it (Genesis 37:28). Joseph was a great example because he did not hold onto bitterness or anger toward his brothers even though they had treated him so poorly.

James 1;22-25

James 1:22-25:

“Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves.”

“Listen to it with respect, do not just hear it with your ears but let it touch your heart.”

“If you hear the Word of God without paying attention to what you hear and then go on living as if nothing had happened then you have been deceived by a lie from Satan.”

God put us here with free will and hardships occassionally. Let’s use the strength He gave us to get through it!

God put us here with free will and hardships occassionally. Let’s use the strength He gave us to get through it!

We all have a choice: to make the best of every situation or let it beat us down. God gives us the strength to accomplish whatever we set our minds on, as long as we choose wisely. It’s up to each individual how they want their life story to turn out, so let’s choose happiness over fear!

Conclusion

If you find yourself in need of inspiration and motivation, try reading one or two of these verses each day. You will find that they are a tremendous comfort to those who are suffering and have a positive perspective on overcoming tragedy. Remember: God is always with us, even when we feel like He isn’t!

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