Psalm 145:10-12 and Mount Moran at Sunrise, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.Coulter Bay and the purple mountain majesty of Mount Moran at sunrise, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming and Psalm 145:10-12. Bible verse about God's mighty acts

“All Your works shall give thanks to You, O LORD, and Your godly ones shall bless You. They shall speak of the glory of Your kingdom and talk of Your power; to make known to the sons of men Your mighty acts and the glory of the majesty of Your kingdom.” Psalm 145:10-12

Great and Mighty Acts

The creation is one of God’s great acts found in the verses of the Bible. There are many others. Even today God works mightily in our lives. His greatest work is the transformation and salvation of the human soul.

Be encourage by reading about God’s greatness in Psalm 145.

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Job 37:6 and Trees Covered by a Snowfall in Fontenelle Forest, Bellevue, Nebraska.Snow covered branches fill Fontenelle Forest, Bellevue, Nebraska and Job 37:6. Bible verse He says to the snow, Fall on the earth.

“He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth,’ and to the rain shower, ‘Be a mighty downpour.'” Job 37:6

He controls Snow and All Things

This Bible verse reminds us that God controls all things. He rules over the weather, nature and all creation. The strength of the greatest snowstorm does not compare to His power. Snow only falls at His command. In His greatness The Lord uses the forces of weather to ultimately give and sustain life.

Read all Job 37 and be inspired by the greatness of God.

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James 1:9-10 and Dried Sunflowers Covered with Snow, Bellevue, Nebraska.Snow piles up on dried dead sunflowers, Bellevue, Nebraska. Bible Verse of the DayJames 1:9-10 The rich pass away like flowers

“The brother in humble circumstances should exult in his high position. But the one who is rich should exult in his low position, because he will pass away like a flower of the field.” James 1:9-10

Money does not stay in our hands forever. No matter how much of it we hold on to when we live, we hold none the moment after we take our last breath. Why do people cling to something that does not last? Seek the things of God. The above Bible verses remind us that is far better to exult in the things of God than in wealth. Money is a tool to be used for God’s purposes. If we don’t use it to further the Kingdom of God, we waste it.

Read all of James 1 and be encouraged to live a godly life.

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