A baby is a newly born offspring of any living being, but it is specially referred to as the human infant. A baby is like a priceless gift to all mothers across the globe. They bring a new meaning to the life of every woman. Here are a few bible verses about babies.
Here are Bible Verses about Babies
Jeremiah 1:5 – And prior to the time when I held you in the womb of mine, I had already known you, and prior to the time when you had taken birth, I sanctified you; I nominated your name as a prophet to all the nations.
Psalm 127:3 – Pay close attention; the kids are an endowment of the Almighty, the Lord, the yield of the womb, a priceless gift.
Samuel 1:27- I prayed for the child I got, and I am so much thankful to the Lord for him.
Psalm 8:2- The children and infants were taught to praise your qualities.
Proverbs 22:6- Teach your child how to lead a hygienic life properly, and even when he grows up, he will not deviate from the path you showed him.
Proverbs 13:24- Parents who teach their children how to be disciplined are actually the parents who love their children, and the parents who let go of discipline from their children do not.
Matthew 18:10- Never look down upon children because the angels that guide them from heaven are always in close contact with the Almighty.
Ephesians 6:1-3- Children should always obey their parents no matter what. When they respect their parents and obey them always, God gives them a longer life.
Proverbs 10:1- A child who has wisdom makes his father joyful, and a child who does not makes his mother miserable.
Matthew 19:14- Jesus always asked never to stop the children from coming into heaven because heaven was made for the ones who are childish.
Ephesians 6:14- Fathers should always look forward to making their kids disciplined. They should treat their children with utmost discipline and patience, not anger. Their children should not imbibe the quality of anger.
Romans 8:16- The Lord’s spirit attaches to ours to confirm us the fact that we are nothing but his children.
Luke 15:11-31- The prodigal son’s father is just standing to see him a long way off, and the son is running to see his father.
Psalm 104:30- God specifically states about the ways we should care for our children just like the ways he cares for us.
Matthew 5:45- God loves and protects everyone, even the people who do not believe in Him.
Psalms 127:3- The Lord rewards us with children. They are God’s gifts to us.
Ephesians 2:10- God created us by doing good works with the love and care of his hand so that we can be the same and carry the good work forward.
Psalm 139:13- The Lord created me, the intricate inner parts of my body, and placed me carefully in my mother’s womb.
Ecclesiastes 11:5- Just as we cannot trace the path through which the wind flows or the secret behind how a baby grows in his mother’s womb, we cannot understand the works of the Lord, who is responsible for whatever happens around us.
Mark 9:36-37- The person who acknowledges and accepts a child on my behalf also welcomes me and not just me but also the Lord.
Luke 2:40- The child grew up steadily with the Lord’s grace and became a wise person with a very strong spirit.
James 1:17- All the good and perfect gifts we receive in our life is a gift of God from up above. It comes to us from the father of lights.
Galatians 3:26- All of us children of God by our faith as said by Jesus Christ.
Jeremiah 29:11- The Lord has plans chalked out for everyone on Earth. He plans for our betterment to protect us from all evil and to provide us with a bright future full of hope and happiness.
Isaiah 54:13- All the children you have are the children of the Lord, and God will teach every one of them and bring peace upon them.
Proverbs 1:8-9- The Lord always advised the children to listen to the instructions of their parents and follow them accordingly, for they are like a beautiful garland on your head and precious pendants on your neck.
Proverbs 17:6- The children are like a crown to the old aged, and parents are the reason for children to feel proud.
John 1:4- My greatest joy is when I hear that my children are walking in the path of truth.
Deuteronomy 5:29- I want them to fear me and follow all that I instruct them diligently because their children might then imbibe the same quality and be better human beings in life.
Ephesians 6:4- Fathers should teach their sons to be disciplined in a calm and patient manner. They should lose their patience and treat their children with anger because their children might imbibe on that trait of theirs.
Matthew 18:1-3- The disciples came to Jesus Christ asking him about who was the greatest person in the kingdom of heaven. Jesus called one of the children to him and replied to them that till the time they do not truly become like a child, they would not be allowed to enter the kingdom of heaven.
Jeremiah 1:5- I had known you even before you were planted in your mother’s womb. Even before you were born, I consecrated you. I was the one to nominate you a prophet to all the nations.
Deuteronomy 6:6-7- The instructions that I provide to you on this day should always be etched into your hearts. When you have children, pass my lessons to them properly. Talk to them about these lessons with them when you are at your home and when you take them on a walk along the road and when you go to sleep and just after you wake up.
Psalm 139:15-16- Even when I was created in an unknown place, when I was handcrafted together in a very deep place of the Earth, my frame was not hidden from you. You were the one to witness my unformed, incomplete body. All the days I was destined to be already written in your book even before my life began.
Psalm 139: 13-14- I love you because you formed my inmost thing. You were the one to plant me inside my mother’s womb. I am thankful to you for making me wonderfully and well as fearfully. I know that your works are beyond wonderful.
Ephesians 6:1-3- Children should always listen to what their parents say because they are the children of the Lord, and that is the correct thing to do. Honoring your parents is the first and foremost instruction of the Lord. This instruction comes with a promise. When children obey their parents and do what they say, things do not go haywire for them, and they automatically have a longer span of life.
Proverbs 29:17- When parents make their children disciplined and well-mannered, they automatically feel peaceful. This provides parents with the peace of their minds and makes their hearts exalt.
Mark 10:15-16- People whose hearts are not as pure as a child will never be allowed to enter the kingdom of heaven by anyone. After saying this, he held the children in his arms offered them a blessing by putting his hand on their heads.
Philippians 1:6- God started this beautiful work inside of you, and I am very confident that God will continue the process until the process is completed on the Day of Jesus Christ.
Colossians 3:21- Fathers should not treat their children with anger or resentment. If fathers do so, their children might imbibe on this quality of theirs and become demotivated in the path of becoming disciplined human beings.
Psalm 127:3- The fruit of your womb is nothing but a reward from the Almighty from up above. Children are the Lord’s best gift given to humans.
Psalm 8:2- You have been able to gather all this courage inside yourself just because of your enemies out of the mouths of all the children. You should utilize this energy to silence the foe and the avenger.
Samuel 1:27-28- The Lord has given me this child, which I prayed so much more. That is why I dedicate my child to the Lord himself. He will be lent to the Lord as long as he survives. Then, he worshipped the Lord at that place.
Ecclesiastes 11:5- Just the way you have no idea about how a body made of flesh and bones get a life, you can never know the work of the Lord who is responsible for all the things happening around us.
Peter 2:2- If you want to attain salvation, then you have to want the pure spiritual milk just like the infants and babies long for it.
John 16:21- At the time of giving birth to her young woman, a mother is sorrowful because of the pain. But when the child comes into the world, all the pain and anguish of the mother is overshadowed by the joy of bringing a new life to this world.