Where were you three years ago, today? I’ll tell you. The whole world was in the middle of what would be the beginning of a very real series of internal battles resulting in the world gripped by anxiety and fear. We were in the middle of the outbreak of COVID-19. Really, a lot has happened between then and now to change the way we perceive and respond to our mental wellbeing. But, whether you are still battling series of mental and emotional struggles or not, in this month of Mental Health Awareness, these guaranteed scriptures will promote your mental wellbeing. God is reminding you to come to Him, First, for your mental wellbeing.
In this blog post, I share scriptures that if you sit with and meditate upon, or pray on and speak out loud to yourself and to those around you, will literally promote your mental wellbeing. You will see your self experiencing less anxiety and fear. The power in the word of God will break the hold of depression and sorrow over your life. You will be free to live your full and flourishing life.
Scriptures to deal with Fear
Scriptures to deal with Anxiety
Related Post: 35 Bible Verses about Fear and Anxiety
“You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you!” Isaiah 26:3 (NLT)
These are guaranteed scriptures for your mental wellbeing.
My friend, I want you to know that above anything else your total wellbeing– physical, spiritual, emotional, financial and even mental, is God’s plan for you. He wants you and I to live free, to flourish and thrive in life and then to reign with Him eternally.
However, our adversary does not want any of these for us and so he floods our minds with things that will fill us with fear and anxiety. This is what ultimately leads to battling mental health issues.
Can you join me as we fix our thoughts on the Lord? (Isaiah 26:2) He has promised us a peace that makes no sense, to others (Philippians 4:6-7) when we fix our thoughts on Him. Let’s meditate on these verses day and night as we keep shrinking the gap between where we are now and where we want to be -our total (including mental) wellbeing.
Which is your favorite scripture? Share in the comments below. (I know it’s tough. I also love ’em all)