Bible Verses for Recovery

Recovery looks a little different for all of us. Luckily, no matter what we’re recovering from, be it physical or emotional, God is omniscient and knows our needs. Reflect and meditate on these Bible verses for recovery and be open to listening to God’s voice in your recovery.

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No matter what you’re facing or what you’re feeling, God is not far from you. We draw especially close to God when we spend time reflecting on Scripture.

“Yes, I will restore you to health, of your wounds I will heal you, says the LORD.”

Jeremiah 30: 17

“But I will restore the health of this people and heal them of their wounds, says the LORD, Because they have cried out, “You are our refuge, the LORD, our portion in the land of the living.””

Jeremiah 33: 6

“LORD, my God, I cried out to you for help, and you healed me. LORD, you brought me up from Sheol; you kept me from going down to the pit.”

Psalms 30: 17

“The LORD sustains him on his sickbed, you turn down his bed whenever he is ill.”

Psalms 41: 3

“Bless the LORD, my soul; and do not forget all his gifts, To who pardons all your sins, and heals all your ills.”

Psalms 103: 1-5

If spending some time with these bible verses for recovery sparked a desire inside of you to dive more deeply into God’s Word, consider exploring Hallow’s guide to Lectio Divina.

Lectio Divina is a meditative way of reading the Bible where we open our hearts and minds to try to understand how God is speaking to us personally through the Scripture we read.

It’s not Bible study or simply analyzing text. Rather, Lectio Divina recognizes that Scripture can become God’s living Word for each of us.

Psalms for Recovery

You can also consider exploring the Psalms, some of the most popular and inspirational chapters of the entire Bible.

Hallow has a full guide on how to pray with Psalms.

Psalms for Recovery and all Psalms are available inside of the Hallow app, narrated by Bishop Robert Barron.

Thanks for spending a few minutes in prayer and reflection with Hallow.

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