The internet and social media platforms are filled with so much negativity! Instead, it can be used to share inspiration, encouragement and faith. And it’s as simple as posting one of these beautiful Bible verse designs. Here are 21 that I love.
Today, I Could Have Really Used Some Encouragement
Today was a rough day at the homestead. I knew this day was coming, and I put it off as long as I could. All the best people say I had a certain window to get on this, and within days, I knew that window would be closed. Today was as far as I could push it.
Today, we started potty training. Twins.
All things considered, I’m sure it could have been worse, but by no stretch was it an easy day. I felt like I was staring at my boys all day long waiting for the peepee to start so I could rush them to the potty. With 2 little guys, there was not a moment of downtime. Just as I was helping one onto the potty, the other danced over my legs and ran to the kitchen with a trail of poop behind him. As my eyes followed him and were taken off the one who was peeing, I felt a warm, sensation all over my leg. And that was just by 10 o’clock. Good times.
Thankfully, by the end of the day, I had gotten each one to the potty at least one time before he started to pee. I could breathe a teeny sigh of relief that maybe, we were on the right track.
Well, needless to say, by the time I put them down for bed, I either needed a drink or some real encouragement.
Biblical Encouragement in Social Media is Easier to Find than You Think
I chose the latter and searched out ‘Faith’ in Pinterest. I like to do this when I need a quick shot of encouragement. There is always something there that God uses to re-center me. I also like to share what I find on Facebook or Instagram. My guess is that there are other moms like me who could use a boost.
Incidentally, I also had a blog post I knew I wanted to get done, but potty training zapped all of my energy and inspiration; I knew I couldn’t mentally pull off any of the ideas I had planned. I had been bested by potty training.
While looking at these Bible verse designs on Pinterest, it hit me: these would be great for anyone to share on social media. I love when I come across them, and to me, it’s such an easy way to be an encouragement and share your faith. This is super-important to me because as a SAHM, I don’t really interact much with the outside world on a daily basis besides saying hello to the cashier. It’s easy to feel like you really aren’t doing much to live out your faith and be a light in the world.
Sharing these images on social media is a great way to share your faith and maybe even get some conversations started that can take the discussion to the next level.
The Bible and Faith in One Place
It’s easy enough to look on Pinterest for them, but I’ve gathered some of my favorites here for you to share. I’ve also created a Pinterest board with all of these designs, and I’ll be adding to it as I find more, if you’d like to follow the board: Bible Verses and Inspiration for Social Media.
A few words before we get to the prettiness:
- When you share these designs on social media, it would be great if you would give credit to the designer, where applicable- link or tag.
- If you like them and want to print them, some are actually free printables. Feel free to head to the original source and print away.
- Others are designs that may require purchase. Please respect the designer and go about it the right way if you want to print. Also, it would be great if you could check out their other designs and give them some support! Their work is a blessing to us; it would be awesome if we could bless them back (Side-note: I am NOT an affiliate for any of these designers – just want to offer support).
- I did my best to link to original sources. Sometimes, they were just uploaded to Pinterest with no attribution. If one of these designs are yours, please let me know where to link (or if you want it removed).
K, now – go be a light!
21 Beautiful Bible Verse Designs You Can Share on Social Media
1| Exodus 14:14
Oh man, do I need this reminder a lot! To be still. It’s so counter-intuitive to sit back and wait for God to come to your rescue, but that’s exactly what He’s saying. He’ll fight this one FOR you.
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2| 1 Peter 4:8
I need this reminder in my life a lot. Love covers a multitude of sins. Just as mine are covered, I need to be reminded that God is just as gracious to others.
3| Psalm 119:32
Isn’t freedom such an amazing this? To be truly free? And what brings it? Obedience to God’s commands. Again, counter-cultural but absolute truth.
4| Isaiah 41:10
“Don’t panic.” Isn’t that so reassuring? When we have a million reasons to panic, He reassures us He’ll hold us steady and won’t let us go.
5| Colossians 3:12
Boy, do I need this reminder. Especially when dealing with twin boys. I need a TON of this in my life.
6| Romans 12:12
Looking for some keys to life that boils things down to the most simple terms? Right here: joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. We do so much to complicate it, but here it is.
7| 1 Peter 1:6
Probably the most encouraging words you’ll read all day. Whatever is going on in your life, know this: there’s wonderful joy ahead.
8| Psalm 77:13-14
Who needs to read this today?!? He is a God who WORKS WONDERS!!!!
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9| 2 Tim.4:7
There was a time in my life when I would say this to myself over and over and OVER again throughout the day. Fear is NOT from God – but power, love, and a sound mind!
10| Micah 6:8
If we could get these down, I think the world wouldn’t have any trouble at all believing we are followers of Jesus.
11| Proverbs 31:25
I love these qualities that describe a godly woman – strength, dignity, and no fear of the future. Truly, that’s the kind of woman I want to be.
12| Proverbs 3:5-6
This is probably one of the first verses I’ve ever memorized. And even today, I put so much weight on this promise.
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13| Phil. 1:6
I’ve held onto this promise for so many people I’ve prayed for. God truly can change people – and it’s just as true for ourselves. He’ll finish what He started.
via C. Brooke Ring
14| Isaiah 43:19
Isn’t this one just like a cold drink when it’s a million degrees out? What is more refreshing than knowing that new and exciting things are coming? Love it!
15| Joshua 1:9
Just knowing that God is telling me to brave helps me to be brave. We’re never alone in whatever He’s asking us to do.
via Grace Laced
16| Psalm 37:24
Isn’t this great to know?!? We will stumble and screw up all the time, but knowing that He’ll never let us go and will always pick us up is so freeing. Nothing is irredeemable.
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17| Psalm 4:9
Any other insomniacs out there? Sometimes my mind just won’t shut off, but He promises us sweet sleep as we put our trust in Him to work. He keeps us safe and secure. We can rest because He is at work.
18| Psalm 91:4
As a former English teacher, my mind immediately jumps to the imagery here. There is such close proximity to God her – right under His wings, covered and comforted. No safer place to be. Ever.
19| 1 Samuel 12:16
The way I interpret this one is, “Stand back, girl. I’m about to blow your mind.” Love it.
20| Judges 6:12
God doesn’t see us like we see ourselves. That’s so comforting to know. Whatever we feel, He knows who we truly are. You might not feel like a mighty warrior, but He knows what He’s put on the inside.
21| 1 Tim. 2:1
I need this reminder every day. Not just to be praying for all people, all the time – but to pray! It is our most powerful weapon!!!
OK, here are 2 bonus ones – #22 and #23. They aren’t Bible verses, but I love the sentiments and can’t wait to share them on my social media!
23| Move Mountains
Oh yes. Don’t look at appearances. Whatever she looks like on the outside, look out. Her prayers are changing all kinds of landscapes.
24| He is Still Good
Isn’t that always the bottom line? No matter what happens, He is still good. That is one truth we absolutely can never let go of.
Aren’t these designs great? I totally feel a little bit stronger spiritually after reading through these Bible verses. God’s Word doesn’t come back void. Whatever you share out there, God will use. Don’t underestimate the power of His Word and how He can use it to speak life to someone else – yes, even on social media.
Which ones are your favorites? Let me know if you shared any!
If you know others who might benefit from this post, I’d be so grateful if you shared!
And, if you’re a mom and needing some help, here’s some encouragement if you’re wanting to bear some good fruit, if you’re trying to create the perfect home and need some perspective, or if you are desperate and legit just need some help! God bless, sister!