God fills all, sustains all, and has a purpose for all He has created. Here are some of the ways that He will bless your life as you trust and obey Him today.
God is your shield and He will protect you. Psalm 18:30
God listens to all you say in prayer. Psalm 20:5
God will fulfill all that He has purposed for your life. Psalm 20:4
God will lead you with unfailing love. Psalm 25:10
God forgives all your sins. Psalm 25:18
God will delight you with His presence. Psalm 27:4
God will do everything that is right. Psalm 33:4
God will leave you in awe. Psalm 33:8
God will never give you unwise counsel. Psalm 73:24
God knows you completely and understands you perfectly. Psalm 33:15
God is, in His nature and His ways, always worthy of your praise. Psalm 34:1
God will free you from all your fears. Psalm 34:4
God will save you out of all your troubles. Psalm 34:17
God is someone you can rejoice in, be glad in, and celebrate today. Psalm 40:16
God is the King over all there is and all that concerns you. Psalm 47:2
God can be trusted at all times. Psalm 62:8
God is abundantly pouring out His mercy over you. Psalm 86:15
God is a great God to you. Psalm 95:3
God heals all your diseases. Psalm 103:3
God rules over all matters of your life. Psalm 103:19
God does wondrous things. Psalm 105:2
God does great things. Psalm 111:2
God has done everything for you and will be everything to you. Psalm 116:12
God knows all your ways. Psalm 119:168
God will preserve you from all evil. Psalm 121:7
God's promises to you are backed by the honor of His name. Psalm 138:2
God saw you before you were born and has laid out a plan for your life. Psalm 138:2
God is good to you. Psalm 145:14
God lifts you up and upholds you. Psalm 145:14
God is near to you and is gracious to you. Psalm 145:17-18
God protects you. Psalm 145:20
God is you all in all today.
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