TGIF Blessings: Inspiring Quotes for When You Need a Friday Pick-Me-Up
Feeling Tired and Exhausted from this Week?
It’s been a long week, hasn’t it? You’ve probably been working tirelessly all week or juggling commitments with family or friends. As the days pass by, the weekend feels like it couldn’t come fast enough! Now that Friday has finally arrived, you’re just ready for some rest. If this describes your current situation accurately, then congratulations! Because today’s post was written specially for you. What better way to start your weekend than with some TGIF blessings? Below are some inspiring quotes to lift your spirit on this blessed day!
“Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” – Matthew 11:28
Trust In God’s Plan For Your Life
One of the most significant components of faith is believing that God has a plan for our lives. And ultimately when we place our trust in Him- He directs our paths. It is often difficult to wait patiently as life unfolds before us; however knowing that your Creator knows what is best for us makes everything more manageable. No matter how challenging life may seem at times or how we doubt ourselves and our decisions – remembering that God holds the master plan can be uplifting. Trusting in His plans helps remove any uncertainty or fear about what lies ahead because we know He is always guiding us down the right path.
“But I trust in you, O Lord; I say ‘You are my God.'” – Psalm 31:14
Be Thankful For Each Day.
God gave us this beautiful thing called life, and each day we wake up is a blessing. No matter how tough our days may seem or what challenges we may encounter, we need to be grateful for the opportunities that come along with life. It’s okay to have bad days; everyone has them! But the key to maintaining a positive outlook on life is remembering that there’s always something worth being thankful for. Whether it’s the sun shining bright or spending time with loved ones- find just one thing every day to be grateful for and let it fill you with joy.
“This Is The Day That The Lord Has Made; Let Us Rejoice And Be Glad In It.” -Psalm 118:24
Have Faith In Yourself
We are often our biggest critics and tend to doubt ourselves too frequently. But when things get challenging, remember- it’s essential first to trust in yourself before all else. God created each one of us uniquely gifted in our own ways; He equips us as we pursue new goals. Self-doubt can feel like an insurmountable obstacle at times, but know that you’re not alone. Take comfort in knowing God does not want us feeling this way about ourselves! Hence why he gave each person talents aligned unique at birth — if ever you find yourself doubting your abilities or fearful about taking steps forward- remember that your creator has given you the strength needed within yourself already!.
“For God gave us not a spirit of fear but of power and love and self-control.” – 2 Timothy 1:7
Can the Morning Prayer be Used on Fridays as Well?
Can the morning prayer to start your day be used on Fridays as well? Absolutely! The morning prayer is a beautiful and powerful ritual that can be practiced every day, including Fridays. It sets the tone for the entire day, bringing a sense of peace, gratitude, and spiritual connection. Whether it’s Monday or Friday, incorporating the morning prayer into your routine is a wonderful way to begin each day with intention and mindfulness.
You Are Not Alone
No matter the problems which arise today or past mistakes made throughout life, take peace in knowing–you are never alone throughout these trials! There might be valleys and peaks that come your way throughout the journey of life, but know that God is there holding your hand and walking alongside with you through it all. In conclusion, we hope these verses and quotes bring the right amount of inspiration needed to kick off an awesome Friday- let it help you embrace every moment with gratitude, trust in yourself more often when doubt arises; remember God has a plan for each one of us. Let His love bring light back into spirit on this blessed day. Happy Friday!
“I will not leave you nor forsake you.” Joshua1:5