7 Things The Bible Says About Tough Times

bible verses for tough times

7 Things The Bible Says About Tough Times

If you feel like you’re at the end of the road with nowhere to go, realize that the enemy is lying to you.

One day you will be able to share your story of victory with someone who may need your encouragement, just as much as you need encouragement right now.

You have to acknowledge your troubles, but gather strength from them. Acknowledge your mistakes, but learn from them.

If you’re going through tough times right now, here are several things you need to consider…

1. Tough times are not the times to give up.

Rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer. (Romans 12:12) 

Life looks different through everyone’s eyes. In fact, who you were, who you are, and who you will become are three completely different people.

And as you gradually grow beyond the person you were yesterday, keep life’s challenges in perspective.

Realize that life is like playing a grand piano.

The white keys create your happiness and the black keys denote your troubles.

But as you go through life’s journey, remember that the black keys also create music.


Written by Maya L. Ralston


Maya is a Relationship Counselor and Certified Life Coach. She loves using her God given gifts to pour into the lives of others.

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I will never give up because i trust God with all my heart..

Thank you Lord for closing the doors am not strong enough to close and opening the ones i never could,amen

nice one

Psalms 23 says it all i need to hear an know.Thank you jesus for loving us just the way we are.



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A real blessings

Remember the power we have within



Yes he lives

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Bernadette Tobiano

My mom called me the woman made of steel. But, in reality, I am weak–it is Christ, the Christ that died on the cross and paid the penality for all my sins, mistakes, poor judgements, and mess ups, that made me strong, because in the midst of the toughest times, I know he hasn’t given up on me, and he is working it all out for the ultimate good. He is the “wind beneath my wings”. I am strong because of God and all that he has done in my life. Giving up is not in my dictionary. Never ever… Read more »


Stacie Russell

Amen and amen!

Amen Glory