Where To Look In the Bible

February 6, 2016 by admin

Bible PassagesWhen we need spiritual guidance, there is no better place to go than “The Good Book.” The following passages are grouped under appropriate categories chosen by biblical scholars through the ages:

WHEN:

  • Desiring inward Peace – John 14; Romans 8.
  • Everything is going well – Psalms 33:12 – 22; 100; Timothy 6; James 2:1-17
  • Satisfied with yourself – Proverbs II; Luke 16.
  • Starting a new Job – Psalms 1; Proverbs 16; Philippians 3:7-21.
  • You have been placed in a position of responsibility – Joshua 1:1-9; Proverbs 2; II Corinthians 8:1-15
  • Making a new home – Psalms 127; Provers 17; Ephesians 5; Colossians 3; 1 Peter 3:1-17;
    1 John 4.
  • You are out for a good time – Matthew 15:1-20; II Corinthians 3; Galatians 5.
  • Wanting to live successfully with your fellow men – Romans 12.
  • Anxious for dear ones – Psalms 121; Luke 17.
  • Business is poor – Psalms 37, 92; Ecclesiastes 5.
  • Discouraged – Psalms 23, 42, 43.
  • Friends seem to go back on you- Matthew 5; I Corinthians 13.
  • Sorrow overtakes you- Psalms 45; Matthew 28.
  • Tempted to do wrong – Psalms 15,19, 139; Matthew 4; James 1.
  • You seem too busy – Ecclesiastes 3:1-15.
  • You can’t go to sleep – Psalms 4, 56, 130.
  • You have quarreled – Matthew 18; Ephesians 4; James 4.
  • You are weary – Psalms 95:1-7; Matthew II.
  • Worries oppress you – Psalms 46; Matthew 6.

IF YOU:

  • Are challenged by opposing forces – Ephesians 6; Philippians 4.
  • Are facing a crisis – Job 28:12-28; Proverbs 8; Isaiah 55.
  • Are Jealous – Psalms 49; James 3.
  • Are impatient – Psalms 40, 90; Hebrews 12.
  • Are bereaved – I Corinthians 15; I Thessalonians 4:13-5:28;
  • Are bored – II Kings 5; Job 38; Psalms 103, 104; Ephesians 3.
  • Bear a grudge – Luke 6; II Corinthians 4; Ephesians 4.
  • Have experienced severe losses – Colossians I; I Peter I.
  • Have been disobedient – Isaiah 6; Mark 12; Luke 5.
  • Need forgiveness – Matthew 23; Luke 15; Philemon.
  • Are sick or in pain – Psalms 6, 39, 41, 67; Isaiah 26.

WHEN YOU:

  • Feel your faith is weak – Psalms 126; 146; Hebrews 11.
  • Think God seems far away – Psalms 25, 125, 138; Luke 10.
  • Are leaving home – Psalms 119; Proverbs 3,4.
  • Are becoming lax and indifferent – Matthew 25; Revelations 3.
  • Are lonely or fearful – Psalms 27, 91; Luke 8; I Peter 4.
  • Fear death – John II, 17, 20; II Corinthians 5; I John 3; Revelation 14.
  • Have sinned – Psalms 51; Isaiah 53; John 3; I John I.
  • Want to know the way of prayer – I Kings 8:12-61; Luke 11, 18.
  • Want a worshipful mood – Psalms 24, 84, 116, Isaiah I:10-20; John 4:1-45.
  • Are concerned with God in national life – Deuteronomy 8; Psalms 85, 118, 124; Isaiah 41:8-20; Micah 4, 6L6-16.

TO FIND:

  • The Ten Commandments – Exodus 20; Deuteronomy 5.
  • The Shepherd Psalm – Psalms 23.
  • The Birth of Jesus – Matthew 1, 2; Luke 2.
  • The Beatitudes – Matthew 5:1-12.
  • The Lord’s Prayer – Matthew 6:5-15; Luke 11:1-13.
  • The Sermon on the Mount – Matthew 5, 6, 7.
  • The Great Commandments – Matthew 22:34-40.
  • The Great Commission – Matthew 28:16-20.
  • The Parable of the Prodigal Son – Luke 15.
  • The Parable of the Sower – Matthew 13; Mark 4; Luke 8.
  • The Last Judgement – Matthew 25.
  • The Crucifixion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus – Matthew 26,27,28; Mark 14,15, 16; Luke 22, 23, 24; John 13-21.
  • The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit – Acts 2.
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