Bible verses about "busyness" | Coverdale

Isaiah 55:1-2

1 Come to the waters all ye, yt be thurstie, & ye that haue no moneye. Come, bye, that ye maye haue to eate. Come, bye wyne & mylck, without eny money, or moneye worth, 2 Wherfore do ye laye out yor moneye, for the thinge yt fedeth not, and spende youre laboure aboute the thinge that satisfieth you not? But herke rather vnto me, ad ye shal eate of the best, & youre soule shal haue hir pleasure in pleteousnes.

Proverbs 3:5

5 Put thy trust in ye LORDE with all thine herte, and leane not vnto thine owne vnderstondinge.

Matthew 11:28-30

28 Come vnto me all ye that laboure and are laden, and I wil ease you. 29 Take my yock vpon you, and lerne of me, for I am meke and lowlye of hert, & ye shal fynde rest vnto youre soules: 30 for my yock is easy, and my burden is light.

1 Corinthians 10:31

31 Therfore whether ye eate or drynke, or what so euer ye do, do all to ye prayse of God.

Matthew 6:33

33 Seke ye fyrst the kyngdome of heauen and the righteousnes therof, so shal all these thynges be ministred vnto you.

Haggai 1:5-9

5 Considre now youre owne wayes in youre hertes (saieth ye LORDE of hoostes) 6 ye sowe moch, but ye bringe litle in: Ye eate, but ye haue not ynough: ye drinke, but ye are not fylled: ye decke youre selues, but ye are not warme: & he yt earneth eny wage, putteth it in a broken purse. 7 Thus saieth the LORDE of hoostes: Cosidre youre owne wayes in youre hertes, 8 get you vp to the mountayne, fetch wod, & buylde vp the house: that it maye be acceptable vnto me, and that I maye shewe myne honoure, saieth the LORDE. 9 Ye loked for moch, and lo it is come to litle: & though ye brynge it home, yet do I blowe it awaye. And why so, saieth the LORDE of hoostes? Eue because that my house lyeth so waist, and ye renne euery man vnto his owne house.

Ephesians 5:15-17

15 Take hede therfore how ye walke circumspectly, not as the vnwyse, but as ye wyse, 16 and redeme the tyme, for it is a miserable tyme. 17 Wherfore be not ye vnwyse, but vnderstonde what the wil of the LORDE is,

Luke 10:38-42

38 It fortuned as they wete, that he entred in to a towne, where there was a woman named Martha, which receaued him in to hir house. 39 And she had a sister, called Mary, which sat hir downe at Iesus fete, and herkened vnto his worde. 40 But Martha made hirself moch to do, for to serue him. And she stepte vnto him, and sayde: LORDE, carest thou not, that my sister letteth me serue alone? Byd her therfore, that she helpe me. 41 But Iesus answered, and sayde vnto her: Martha Martha, thou takest thought, and combrest thy self aboute many thinges: 42 there is but one thinge nedefull. Mary hath chosen a good parte, which shal not be taken awaye from her.

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