When “things look blue,” read Isaiah, Chapter 40.

When tempted to do wrong, read 139th Psalm.

If you are facing a crisis, read the 46th Psalm.

When you are discouraged, think over Psalm 23.

If you are “bored”, read Psalm 103, & Psalm 104, or Job 38, Job 39 and Job 40.

When business is poor, read Psalm 37.

When you are lonely or fearful, read over Psalm 27.

When you are anxious for dear ones, read Psalm 107.

When you plan your budget, read Luke’s Gospel, Chapter 10.

To live successfully with your fellowmen, follow Romans, Chapter 12.

If you are sick or in pain, read Psalm 91.

When you leave home for labor or travel, carry Psalm 121 with you.

When you are very weary, seek Matthew 11:28-30, Romans 8: 31-39.

When everything seems to be going from bad to worse, try II Timothy 3.

The best investment is described in Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 6.

Does God figure in our national life? Read Deuteronomy 8.

For an inward peace, consider the 14th Chapter of John’s Gospel.

Have you been placed in a position of great responsibility? Read Joshua 1.

If you have been bereaved, there is a message for you in I Corinthians 15 & Revelation 21.