Welcome to His Encouragement. I have joined with some blogging friends to bring you a new Bible verse every Thursday, and a little discussion of hope and encouragement. We welcome you to join the conversation by adding your daily verse of encouragement as well.

I pray that these Thursday posts become an encouragement to you and help you end your week strong in God’s love and purpose for you. God bless!

As you go about your day, who are you reflecting? Have you ever heard the old saying, “Good in, Good out”?  Another verse that comes to mind is Proverbs 4:23-27

“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. Keep your mouth free of perversity; keep corrupt talk far from your lips. Let your eyes look straight ahead; fix your gaze directly before you. Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.”

As we start into this New Year make intentional, daily decisions to focus on God and things above! Pray and ask for God to help you, to walk with you daily and put a guard on your heart.


Now it is your turn!

What Bible verse is blessing you today?


To enjoy more Bible Encouragement, visit my fellow blogging friends:
Nicole @ Christian Fiction Girl
Jessica @ A Baker’s Perspective 
Jacquelyn @ A Heavenly Home
Becca @ The Becca Files
Gina @ Stories by Gina
Rebecca @ Rev. Rebecca Writes
Andi @ Radiant Light
Leslie L. Mckee @ Edits & Reviews by Leslie

6 thoughts on “His Encouragement -2020

  1. Love your post today, Trisha! I definitely need a guard around my heart this year. 2019 did a number on me. I feel a little leary as I enter 2020. But God…He’s got me. 🙂 Your post is a blessing to me today!

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  2. So true! 2019 ended with a lot of challenges that followed me into 2020, so I’m working hard to try and focus on the positive daily.

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  3. I love this.
    A verse that’s been on my heart a lot lately, is actually the theme verse for my upcoming debut, Waltz in the Wilderness. It’s also from Proverbs:
    Trust in the Lord with all your heart
    and lean not on your own understanding;
    in all your ways submit to him,
    and he will make your paths straight.

    So many times I prayerfully make plans I think I can follow through on and then things happen that leave me convinced I’ll never be able to follow through. Yet somehow, God makes a way where there seems to be no way. So whenever I’m faced with those moments of feeling discouraged, I look to this verse and remind myself that I am a daughter of the King of the impossible. I don’t have to understand the how or the why. I just have to remember who He is.

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