Bible verses about "optimism" | Matthew

Psalms 118:24

24 This is the, daye whych the Lorde hath made, let vs reioyse and be glad in it.

John 3:16

16 For God so loueth the worlde, that he hath geuen his only sonne, that none that beleue in him, should perishe: but should haue euerlastinge lyfe.

Acts 17:11

11 These were the noblest of byrthe among them of Thessalonia whiche receyued the worde with al diligence of mynde, and searched the scriptures daylye whether those thynges were euen so.

2 Timothy 3:1-5

1 Thys vnderstand, that in the last dayes shall come perylous tymes. 2 For the men shall be louers of theyr owne selues coueteous, bosters, proude, cursed speakers, dysobedyent to father and mother, vnthankefull, vnholye, 3 vnkynde, truce breakers, stubborne false accusars, ryatours, fierce despysers of them whiche are good, 4 traytours, headye, hye mynded, gredy vpon voluptuousnes more then the louers of God, 5 hauynge a simylytude of Godly lyuynge, but haue denyed the power thereof: and suche abhorre.

Philippians 4:12

12 I can both cast doune my selfe. I can also excede. Euery where, and in all thinges I am instructed, both to be ful, and to be houngrie, to haue plentie, and to suffre nede.

Ephesians 6:11

11 Put on the armoure of God, that ye maye stande stedfaste agaynste the crafty assautes of the deuyll.

1 Thessalonians 5:6

6 Therfore let vs not slepe as do other: but let vs watche & be sober.

1 Corinthians 13:7

7 suffreth all thinge, beleueth all thinges, hopeth al thinges, endureth in all thinges.

Ephesians 4:29

29 Let no fylthy communication procede out of your mouthes: but that whiche is good to edefye wyth all, when nede is: that it maye haue fauoure with the hearers.

Proverbs 4:23

23 Kepe thyne herte wyth all dilygence, for there vpon hangeth lyfe.

Philippians 4:13

13 I can do al thinges thorowe the helpe of Christe whiche strengtheth me.

Romans 8:28

28 For we knowe that all thynges worke for the beste vnto them that loue God, whyche also are called of purpose.

Joshua 1:9

9 Beholde, I haue sayde vnto the, be strong and bolde: neyther feare, nor dreade. For the Lorde thy God is with the whether soeuer thou goest.

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