Based on a working definition of patience, “Patience enables us to endure present evils without sadness or resentment in conformity to the will of God,” my puffy eyes, tear stained pillow and thoughts of “What in the world” and “Why” would prove I have not endured with patience. I desperately need these Bible verses about patience.
When you start learning Bible Verses About Patience be prepared to be stretched in all the right places for all the best of reasons, all for God’s glory!
Being able to memorize and recite inspiring Bible quotes is awesome. Living a life of encourage one another quotes is much better. And this encouragement doesn’t have to fancy, hard, or out of our way. Sometimes the best thing we can encourage someone else is gift them with a smile. This goes for us too.
In this Lent Devotional for Women post we consider this quote, “A thing cannot give what it doesn’t have.” But then I change it to, “A person cannot love others well if they don’t love them themselves.” I’m a Lent Devotions rebel like that! Lent and love, all part of our daily devotions for Lent.
We are starting off our Lent Devotional for Women with a sort of challenge. Do not be fooled! It seems way to easy to be a Lent challenge. It might be simple, but simple isn’t always easy. As we journey through our devotions for Lent together, we’ll have more of these holy ordinary challenges.
Welcome to the Lent Devotional for Women, daily devotions for Lent series of posts. Today is Ash Wednesday, let me introduce the motto I’ve chosen for this series of devotions–Nothing Except for Today. It’s a quote from Therese the Little Flower and just because it sounds simple doesn’t mean it’s easy.