Hebrews 11:6. We must have faith that God is the source of all our needs and rewards. We must want to please God, have the right motives, and believe in his promises. Many times when things that we desire are within reach we do not rely on God.
2 Chronicles 7:14. Once we have accepted Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, prayer is the primary way for us to maintain the mind of Christ. Prayer is a demonstration of our faith in God and is the main way for us to conduct spiritual warfare. In order to conduct spiritual warfare we place our focus on God and not His enemies.
Isaiah 62:7. Intercession is where we pray to God for the sake of another person or for a corporate cause. Many of the best prayers and intercessory prayers are when we remind God of His promises. God delights in us reminding Him of His promises. It shows that we have faith in Him and His promises.
Exodus 15:26. Exodus 15:26, says "And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the LORD thy God, and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes, I will put none of these diseases upon thee, which I have brought upon the Egyptians: for I am the LORD that healeth thee".
Psalm 119:2. God desires for us to be fully committed to Him in all things and at all times. That is the secret of happiness. We are blessed when we are fully committed to God’s commandments. God’s commandments boil down to loving God with your whole heart, and loving your neighbor as yourself. We are blessed when we seek God with our whole heart.
Psalm 34:10. Who is better equipped to take on the challenges of this world? A sheep with a good shepherd? Baah! Or a young lion? Raah! In this context it becomes very obvious that the sheep with a good shepherd will fair better than a young lion. A good sheep can rely on his shepherd for protection and to fulfill his every need.
Proverbs 29:10. From God's perspective we either love Him or hate Him. When we put things above God and do things that displease Him, our sin nature is telling God we hate Him and hate anything that is of His righteous. Our hating of God's righteousness is most obvious when righteousness gets in the way of us enjoying our sin.
Isaiah 11:10. Jesus came on this earth as a standard for all of mankind to follow. He showed us how to love God and to love our neighbor. He is a standard for everyone.