The Verse That Gives Me Strength + Jesus: His Life Series Finale!

Disclosure: TCMS has been compensated for this post in the form of a gift card. All opinions remain my own and were not influenced.

Life can be hard and trying at times. There are many days that I feel defeated and disappointed. Sometimes it’s my job, sometimes it’s parenthood, sometimes it’s life in general. Regardless of the reason, it can be discouraging when I feel that way and sometimes it can be hard to get out of that slump. I often turn to scripture to remind myself that I can get through it.

There’s a lot of scriptures that talk about strength, but my all time favorite is psalm 46:1. It reminds me that I’m not alone. It inspires me to push through those hard times and always give my best. It makes me a better mom, employee, friend, and person. Just being able to lean on the scripture and gain strength from it can change my whole mood and help me refocus.

Do you have a favorite scripture that helps you get through hard times or a scripture that you lean on when times get hard? Comment below and tell us!

“Jesus: His Life” explores the story of Jesus Christ through a unique lens: the people in his life who were closest to him. Each of the eight chapters is told from the perspective of different biblical figures, all of whom played a pivotal role in Jesus’ life including Joseph, John the Baptist, Mary Mother of Jesus, Caiaphas, Judas Iscariot, Pontius Pilate, Mary Magdalene and Peter.

Each figure takes a turn guiding viewers through the emotional and epic story of the most famous man in history, through his birth, death and resurrection, all conveyed through a combination of scripted drama and interviews with prominent religious and historical experts. Utilizing some of the world’s most respected Biblical scholars, historians, faith leaders and theologians, the series weaves together the canonical Gospels, historical sources and cultural context to create a complete portrait of Jesus – the man and the Messiah. 

The series finale airs this Monday, April 15 on The History Channel at 8pm ET/PT.

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