21 Divine connection Bible Verses

Divine connection Bible Verses

Divine connection is the only way to get what you want in life. God has made it abundantly clear that there are things we can’t control and don’t have any other choices than to believe, obey and talk to Him through His son Jesus.

Divine Connection Bible Verses

Sometimes we can find it challenging to find those meaningful and beautiful Bible verses. So, here I’ve shared the top 21 Divine connection Bible verses that will encourage and strengthen you.

I hope these will help you to develop a closer connection with God through His love, power, and faithfulness.

John 14:6 – The return of Christ boosts the Christian faith.

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

John 14:6

John 14_6

These lines also inspire believers to remain faithful in the face of adversity. Christians gain confidence partly from the idea that Jesus is prepared to take us to be with Him.

Traveling home is usually less stressful than traveling abroad because we are more comfortable with the area. This section covers reasons to trust Jesus’ statements, personal experience, and evidence of His miracles.

Jeremiah 29:11-13 – His plans for us.

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will hear you. You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart.

Jeremiah 29:11-13

Jeremiah 29_11-13

It is one of the most well-known and quoted Bible verses, and Christians worldwide treasure its promise. While many Christians have memorized and hung this scripture on their walls, the context in which it is written is sometimes overlooked.

And this is a risky practice. We can practically make the Bible mean anything we want if we ignore the context in which it was written.

John 3:16 – We will be rescued from sin.

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.

John 3:16

John 3_16

This is a manifestation of God’s amazing love. On the other hand, those who do not believe in Jesus Christ are condemned in God’s eyes. Many people choose darkness over light because they favor sin.

This is the central message of Christianity: God loved the world enough to come as Jesus and die for us so that anybody who believes in Him will be rescued from sin.

Romans 16:17 – All believers in Christ should remain united as one body.

I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them.

Romans 16:17

Romans 16_17

These instructions begin with an urgent caution against religious divisions. Paul genuinely hopes all believers in Christ remain united as one body.

Some of the most vital language in his letter is directed at anyone who would cause divides, particularly those who do so through false teaching.

And people do not serve Christ, and their perverted interpretation of Christian truth will fool the gullible, dividing the church.

Isaiah 54:17 – Our confidence is in Him.

No weapon that is fashioned against you shall succeed, and you shall confute every tongue that rises against you in judgment. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord and their vindication from me, declares the Lord.”

Isaiah 54:17

Isaiah 54_17

Our confidence is based on our all-powerful God’s firm promises, which remind us throughout His Word that He is the Almighty, Sovereign Ruler of the universe and has given us His assurance that no weapon… physical or spiritual… can prosper against His blood-bought children.

Our trust is in the God of our salvation, who has promised to silence every accusing voice.

John 10:10 – Only Jesus provides true eternal life.

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.

John 10:10

John 10_10

Gaining a heavenly perspective leads to developing confidence and knowledge of God, which leads to an abundant life. It entails growing into a life rich in spiritual fruit.

While false teachers and counterfeit religions provide superficial, transitory relief, only Jesus provides true eternal life and spiritual wealth.

Romans 13:1 – Growing into a life rich in spiritual fruit.

Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God.

Romans 13:1

Romans 13_1

Gaining a heavenly perspective leads to developing confidence and knowledge of God, which leads to an abundant life. It entails growing into a life rich in spiritual fruit, and Paul makes it plain that this applies to everyone.

He asks us to submit to government authorities, but he does not require us to do so in all instances. For example, Paul and the other apostles refused to heed demands from those in authority to stop proclaiming the gospel.

John 3:5 – Only those born of water and the Spirit can enter God’s kingdom.

Jesus answered, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God.

John 3:5

John 3_5

In response to Nicodemus’ question about being “born again,” Jesus makes this remark. There are numerous ways to understand His statement that only those born of water and the Spirit can enter God’s kingdom.

Being born of the Spirit refers to embracing Christ, but the water part is less specific.

John 8:58 – He never held back.

Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I am.”

John 8:58

John 8_58

Now, Jesus is reacting to His adversaries’ skepticism. Jesus claimed that Abraham anticipated the arrival of the Messiah and “rejoiced” when Jesus’ day arrived. In the original Greek, Jesus’ word choices indicate an inborn, innate, and natural knowing.

These verses refute the notion that Jesus was weak, timid, quiet, or gentle. In this encounter with the Pharisees, Jesus does not hold back.

Jeremiah 20:11 – Never to be forgotten.

But the Lord is with me as a dread warrior; therefore my persecutors will stumble; they will not overcome me. They will be greatly shamed, for they will not succeed. Their eternal dishonor will never be forgotten.

Jeremiah 20:11

Jeremiah 20_11

“Mighty” to those who support, uphold, defend, and deliver him, and “awful” to those who oppose him. The prophet recalls the Lord’s promise of his gracious and robust presence, which he now finds consolation in.

Another expert translator ties these words with the former; thus, “they shall be humiliated, for they shall not flourish, with an everlasting shame never to be forgotten.”

Divine Connection With God

There is a deep relationship between God and us; it is a personal relationship with the power to heal our hurts and address our needs. I want to tell you some scripture verses that discuss this essential link with God more deeply.

John 14:6

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

John 14:6

Christ famously refers to Himself in this text as “the way, the truth, and the life.” This is a sixth of seven “I Am” statements in John’s gospel. This section also offers reasons to trust Jesus’ sword’s personal experience and evidence of His miracles.

These lines also inspire believers to remain faithful in the face of adversity. Christians gain confidence partly from the idea that Jesus is prepared to take us to be with Him.

John 14:27

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.

John 14:27 

Based on what He has said and done thus far, He will continue to emphasize the need to maintain faith. After warning Christians about what they will face, Jesus will return to outlining the activity and purpose of the Holy Spirit under the new covenant.

Again, Christ tells His disciples to free their “hearts” from dread and trouble. This repetition of Jesus’s statement begins this sermon after anticipating Peter’s cowardice.

John 6:53

So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.

John 6:53 

When Jesus begins a sentence with the word man, it implies that His assertion is entirely accurate and that He has absolute, direct, personal knowledge of its truth. This lesson will divide the audience into two fundamental categories.

The first is so focused on the physical that they would dismiss Jesus’ statements out of hand. Eating flesh and drinking blood, or Jesus becoming the “Bread of Life,” is too much for them to bear.

The second group will sense that Jesus speaks in parable, metaphor, or symbol.

Romans 3:18

“There is no fear of God before their eyes.”

Romans 3:18 

In the longest string of Old Testament quotations in Paul’s letters, he demonstrates how humans utilize their bodies to portray their evil natures. Sin comes out when we speak, and we leave sin behind us wherever we go.

And now he points out that we never gaze at God’s fear—or “respect”—with our eyes. The law can only reveal our sin, not cleanse us of it.

John 14:1-31

“Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you?

John 14:1-31 

Jesus’ words, acts, and miracles should inspire Christians to believe He will keep His promises. Among these are His assurances that He is ready to come for us so that we can be with Him.

Jesus also forecasts the Holy Spirit’s indwelling. Only believers have access to this Helper, who acts to guide, instruct, and remind us. These comments should be soothing through difficult times for the disciples and future Christians.

Psalms for Divine Connections

The following Psalms offer us a way to connect with the divine. Reading and singing the psalms reminds us of God’s presence in our lives and the world. We are reminded of God’s love for us and all of creation. We are challenged to live our lives in ways that reflect God.

Psalms 93:1-5 

The LORD reigneth, he is clothed with majesty; the LORD is clothed with strength, wherewith he hath girded himself: the world also is established, that it cannot be moved. Thy throne is established of old: thou art from everlasting. The floods have lifted up, o LORD, the floods have lifted up their voice; the floods lift up their waves. The LORD on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea, than mighty waves of the sea. Thy testimonies are very sure: holiness becometh thine house, o LORD for ever.

Psalms 93:1-5 

We must first learn that God’s plan for the world is unbreakable. “The LORD reigns, and He is clothed in majesty; the LORD is clothed, and He is girded with power. Indeed, the world has been established and cannot be moved.

Your throne has been set from the beginning; you are from the start. We must pay attention to this truth. The Hebrew word ‘The Lord reigns’ is decisive enough to warrant an exclamation mark.

Psalm 37:4

Delight yourself in the Lord;
And He will give you the desires of your heart.

Psalm 37:4

Like many other references to God’s promises, this verse is often misapplied. To “delight in the Lord” means to appreciate all His blessings because they are from Him, not just because they are for our advantage.

It is sometimes stated that a person who delights in the Lord treasures the Giver more than His gifts. This text has the same tone as Proverbs chapter two, highlighting the benefits of following godly wisdom.

Psalm 30:1-5

I will extol you, O LORD, for you have drawn me up and have not let my foes rejoice over me. O LORD my God, I cried to you for help, and you have healed me. O LORD, you have brought up my soul from Sheol; you restored me to life from among those who go down to the pit. Sing praises to the LORD, O you his saints, and give thanks to his holy name. For his anger is but for a moment, and his favor is for a lifetime. Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning.”

Psalm 30:1-5 (ESV)

God, who has rescued King David, has brought him back from the brink of despair. It is unknown what David’s sin or fall was on this occasion, although there are plenty to pick from in his life story in the Old Testament history books.

David’s experience with his Heavenly Father is that he is just and merciful and that all of God’s discipline is necessary and beneficial for following God and growing into his likeness.

Psalm 37:1-5

Fret not yourself because of evildoers; be not envious of wrongdoers! For they will soon fade like the grass and wither like the green herb. Trust in the LORD, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness. Delight yourself in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act.”

Psalm 37:1-5 (ESV)

We will not be concerned about wicked people if we trust the Lord to bear our problems. David promises that if we trust God with our burdens, the Lord will act, and he will eventually deal with those who slander and threaten us.

Our greatest adversaries are sometimes terrifying circumstances. They endanger our tranquility and faith, but the apostle Peter reminds us that because God loves us, we should lay all our troubles on Him.

Psalm 40:1-4 

I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry. He drew me up from the pit of destruction, out of the miry bog and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure. He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the LORD. Blessed is the man who makes the LORD his trust, who does not turn to the proud, to those who go astray after a lie!”

Psalm 40:1-4 (ESV)

The New Testament encourages believers to keep praying without ceasing. Jesus gave His disciples a tale demonstrating the importance of continuously praying and never giving up.

In the tale, a widow often went to a judge to seek justice against her enemy. The text is filled with thankfulness as David recalls the Lord’s salvation from his foes.

Psalm 103:1-2

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits.”

Psalm 103:1-2 (ESV)

He attributes sin forgiveness and disease healing to the Lord. According to him, the Lord redeems the believer’s life from the realm of the dead and bestows unwavering love, mercy, satisfaction, and regeneration on him.

David also provides another reason to praise the Lord: He is holy and absolutely free of sin. Praising the Lord for His wonderful gifts to us is appropriate, but it is also suitable to honor Him because He is holy.

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