A growing list of quotes to uplift and inspire you
I love quotes and Bible verses that encourage and uplift me. I have shared many through the Motivation Monday and Truth Tuesday posts. I collect and have used those posts in my children’s lunchbox notes.
Right now, though, I’m not writing lunchbox notes, and I sometimes find quotes and verses that really speak to me but are a bit more than my children would relate to. And every so often, I find one of these in my own writing as well.
So, I decided to put together a new post of some of my favorite encouraging quotes and Bible verses complete with images you can easily Pin or share on social media if you’d like. I will continue adding to it!
“There is freedom waiting for you,
On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask “What if I fall?”
Oh but my darling,
What if you fly?”
― Erin Hanson
“Worship gets you through the hardest times in your life because it shifts your focus from the problem to the Problem Solver.” — Unknown
“We must cling to God’s love and promises most when life leaves us downtrodden and feeling dismal.” — Stacey
“God never intended us to live in worry and stress over whether we’re good enough. We can rest in His almighty power.” — Rev. Mark Dill
“It is better to light one small candle than to curse the darkness.” — Confucius
“If you try to make everyone happy all the time, you won’t succeed and will lose parts of yourself. And that’s a shame, because the world has only one you.” — Stacey
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life. It goes on.” — Robert Frost
“Groanings which cannot be uttered are often prayers which cannot be refused.” — Charles Spurgeon
“Why is it the ship beats the waves when the waves are so many and the ship is one? The reason is that ship has a purpose.” — Winston Churchill
“Look for the positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder.” — Unknown
“I don’t always feel His presence. But God’s promises do not rest upon my feelings; they rest upon his integrity.” — R.C. Sproul
“If you don’t have faith, pray anyway. If you don’t understand or believe the words you’re saying, pray anyway. Prayer can start faith, particularly if you pray aloud. And even the most imperfect prayers is an attempt to reach God.” — Cary Grant