Life Applications from the Bible

Life Applications from the Bible

Here are a few life applications from the Bible from my reading in the book of Mark last week:

  • Mark 8:33 – Sometimes you have to go through hard or hurtful things to get to the things of God. The situation may seem really bad at the time, but let the Lord use it to get you where He wants you to be. God’s plan is always the best.
  • Mark 10:47-52 – Don’t be intimidated by what the your friends, peers, or society tell you. Following the crowd can rob you of your blessing!
  • Mark 11:25 – How can we not forgive people here on earth (whether what they may have done against us was a big thing or a small thing), when the Lord forgives us of everything, including sending His Son to the cross?


I have shared a few of Becky Jordan’s posts in the past. I received this one this morning, and what a “Treasure” it is! As someone who always wanted to be an archeologist, I love the thought of a good treasure hunt. Not only could that be in the world of archeology, but it could be in a thrift store, a scavenger hunt, or even better, a search in the Bible. There are many treasures to find. See her post, “Have You Discovered Any Buried Treasure Lately?”


If you have joined me recently, these weekly life applications from the Bible are examples of some of the comments I write in the Bibles I am giving to my grandchildren when they graduate. Click here to see the post where I explain this eternal gift idea.

YouVersion Bible app for life applications

If you are not familiar with the You Version Bible App, take a look. You can read the Bible, devotionals, or get the verse of the day on your phone or computer. Click the link here to go to the website.


I hope you found something in these life applications you can use. Please share any thoughts or insights the Lord has put on your heart this week.


Have a Grace & Joy-filled day!


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“Thy Word is a Lamp unto my feet, and a Light unto my path.” Psalms 119:105

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