Confessions on Strength

It is God who arms me with strength, and makes my way perfect. Ps 18.32

The Lord will give strength to His people; the Lord will bless his people with peace. Ps 29.11

In quietness and confidence shall be my strength. Is 30.15

I am strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Eph 6.10

I have put on the complete armour of God. Eph 6.11

God gives power to the weak. And to those who have no might, He increases strength. Is 40.29

I shall renew my strength. I shall receive God’s strength as I wait upon Him. I shall mount up with wings like eagles. I shall run and not be weary. I shall walk and not faint. All this shall happen to me because I wait on the LORD. Is 40.31

God is my refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Ps 46.1

The Lord is my strength and my song, And He is become my salvation. Ex 15.2 Ps 118.19 Is 12.2

Like Moses, my eyesight shall not be dim nor shall my natural vigor be abated. Deut 34.7

God has commanded me. I am strong and very courageous in Christ; I am not afraid, nor dismayed, for the LORD my God is with me wherever I go. Josh 1.9

Christ has made me a king and priest to God. God will give strength to his king and exalt the horn of his anointed. 1Sam 2.10

I strengthen myself in the LORD my God. 1Sam 30.6

God has armed me with strength for battle; He has subdued under me those who rose against me. 2Sam 22.40

The joy of the Lord is my strength. Neh 8.10

I will love You, O Lord, my Strength. Ps 18.1

The LORD is my strength and my shield, and my saving refuge. Ps 28.7 28.8

The LORD will give strength to his people. Ps 29.11

God is my defense. Ps 59.9

The God of Israel is He who gives strength and power to His people. Ps 68.35

God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. Ps 73.26

A wise man is strong. Yes, a man of knowledge increases strength. God gives abundant wisdom to me without finding fault. Pr 24.5

The Lord gives strength to those who turn the battle at the gate. Is 28.6


I keep every commandment which God commands me today, that I may be strong and possess the promises of God. Deut 11.8


I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Php 4.13

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  1. Thank you, Michael, for this post. It wasn’t but seconds after I prayed that God give me strength against those who now hate me, so that I don’t fear them, but Him, my eyes fell right on this post at the bottom of the board under “last viewed”. I needed to read that, so thank you. This is the first time in my life that I’ve been sharing the Gospel with people, sharing my own testimony of being Saved, and sharing the testimony of my 82 year old cousin who died, went to Hell, and was brought back by God to live for the LORD. I shared this with a group of former friends (I say former because God made me realize that it was impossible for me to have fellowship with them anymore. That was before I shared with them.) and I got called arrogant, abrasive, and crazy and I’m pretty sure most of them are highly annoyed and/or angry with me right now. I’m not mad at any of them but I didn’t realize how hard it was going to be to be labeled as crazy and to have all of them now think I’m a freak. I thank God for giving me strength to share in the first place. And if I could, I ask for your prayers for God to continue to strengthen me in “battle”. I know (and thank God for warning me and other believers) that I’m going to feel persecuted and feel like an alien in the world but I need strength from God to not let that bring me down.

    Thank you so much for reading this.


    • michael says:

      I’d be interested to read about your cousin and her experiences you mentioned about going to hell and back.

      I pray you be strengthened to boldly share your testimony wherever you go.

      • Thank you, Michael.

        I actually don’t have details to my cousin’s story at this time. I met him for the first time last year at my now diseased great-grandma’s 100th birthday party. One of the kindest, sweetest, gentlest men I’d ever had the pleasure of meeting. He and I bonded and he shared with me stories about his time in the war. I met him for the second time a few months ago when my grandma died. We bonded again at her wake. While various family members were conversing in different areas of the room at the funeral home, he and I sat together and shared stories of the times in our lives we both were Saved. He told me he was an alcoholic in his early days and it had a negative impact on his life. I wish I could remember the time and age that it happened to him but he told me he died at one point in his life and was in Hell. He said he was brought back and from there on out he became a believer in Christ. I also found out he actually lives in the town I live in and that he goes to church every Sunday. He told me the name of the church he went to and I was shocked that it was the same church another great-grandmother of mine (un-related to him or the one who passed) went to that same church for years. She even took my sister and I there a few times back when I was 10 or 11. She sadly stopped going but I attended that church 2 weeks ago, for the first time since I was a kid (I’m now 24) by myself. I found out my cousin attends the contemporary service while I’ve been attending the traditional service these past 2 weeks. I’m thinking of attending the contemporary service this Sunday so I can see him again. Only met him a few times but I love him dearly. If he ever shares with me any details about his time in Hell I will gladly share them with you all. Even though I didn’t have actual details of Hell to share with my former friends, I was hoping that testimony of him actually being there would reach out to some of them but the people who have replied back to me (I shared this story with online former friends, btw. I can’t remember if I mentioned that in my last post) ironically ignored the actual story (or couldn’t explain it) and proceeded to call me arrogant for “Evangelizing” them. But I’ve prayed that the story will speak to them and actually get them to start thinking about their lives AFTER they die and that their time here on Earth is temporary. Right now they’re all hard-hearted but I believe my story will reach out to at least some of them. I just have to have patience.

        Thank you again for your prayers and interest in my story. I will share with you any new details about my cousin.

        God Bless You


  2. Juann R. Tubbs says:

    I pray and believe that the lord will hear me and help me…

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