Character is what defines a man and his doings. The Bible has a lot to say and describe the character. Here are a few Bible verses about the character that you should know.
Here are Bible verses about character
1 Samuel 16:7– Then the Lord told Samuel to not look at how he appeared to be or at the height of his stature. This is because he has rejected him. It is because the Lord does not see in the same way a man sees things. A common man judges another man based on the outward show. The Lord judges a man by the kind of heart a man has.
Philippians 4:8– Ultimately, brothers, what is the truth, whatever is honorable, what is justice, whatever is genuine, what is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there happens to be any distinction if there happens to be anything that deserves to be praised the think about those things.
Romans 12:2- You are suggested to not be conformed by this world. You should be transfigured by the renewal of your own mind. By testing, you might discern what is said to be the will of God or what is good for you or what you can accept, and what is perfect.
Proverbs 10:9- A person who has integrity in himself will always walk securely through all the phases of life. A person whose intentions are harmful or crooked will be found out and punished.
Hebrews 4:12- It is said that the word of God is lively and always active. It is sharper than a sword with two edges, making its way through the division of the soul and spirit, of joints and of the marrow, and recognizing the thoughts and the intentions of the heart.
1 Chronicle 16:11- Ask from the Lord for his strength. Ask for his presence every time. Have faith in him.
1 Corinthians 15:33- Do not be tricked by anyone. Always remember that a bad company kills good moral values.
1 John 2:5- Someone who keeps the promises he makes is loved by the Lord truly loves that with perfection. We know by this that we are in him.
1 John 3:16- We learn about love by this. He laid down his life to save us. We, in turn, should also be ready to lay down our lives too for our brothers.
1 John 4:8- Someone who has no love in himself cannot ever know God because the other name of love is God.
1 John 5:3- This is the love of God. It is his love when we keep up with what he commands us to. The commands given by God to us are not at all burdensome.
1 Peter 1:14- It is okay for children to be obedient. But it is not okay for children to be conformed to the passions of their former ignorance.
1 Samuel 18:5– It was David who went out and achieved success wherever he was sent by Saul. It was so that Saul would set him over the men who fought in wars. It was good in the sight of all the people and also in the eyes of the servants of Saul.
1 Timothy 4:12– Do not let anyone despise you because you are young. Set out an example to the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and also in purity.
2 Corinthians 8:21– It is because we target at what is honorable in both the eyes of the Lord as well as in the eyes of a common man.
2 Timothy 2:22– Get rid of youthful passions and go in search of righteousness, faith, love, and peace. Take with yourself those who believe in the powers of the Lord with a pure heart.
2 Timothy 3:16- All the Scriptures that exist in the world are said by God and are profitable to teach others, for correction, for reproof, and to train someone in righteousness.
Acts 17:11– The Jews who belong to this place were nobler than the Jews residing in Thessalonica. They accepted the word of God with much eagerness. They studied the Scriptures every day to check if these things were the way they were said to be.
Galatians 2:20– It is me who has been crucified with Jesus Christ. I no longer reside in myself. It is the soul of Jesus that lives in me. The life I now live in the body of a human being is by faith in the Son of God, who loved me dearly and offered himself for me.
Hebrews 12:1- Therefore, as we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us put behind every weight and sin which hangs so closely. Let us go ahead with endurance in the race that is waiting for us.
Hebrews 13:5- It is always suggested to keep our lives devoid of the love for money. We should always be satisfied with whatever we have. We should always remember that the Lord has told us that he will never leave us nor forsake us.
James 1:27– Religion is genuine and open before God, the Father. It teaches us to visit orphans and widows in their hard times. It also helps us to keep ourselves unstained from this world.
John 14:6– Jesus once told him that he was the life, the truth of life, and the way. No one can go to the Father directly. One has to go through Jesus Christ.
John 15:13- When someone lays down his life for the sake of his friends is the greatest gesture of love.
John 17:17- Go out in the open and tell them that the word you preach is the truth.
John 3:16- God loved this world with all his heart. He loved this world so much that he offered his only Son. Whoever believed in the powers of his Son shall never perish and live eternally.
Luke 6:31- Treat others exactly in the same way you want yourself to be treated by others.
Matthew 5:48- Just because your Father is residing in heaven is perfect; you also ought to be perfect.
Matthew 6:33- You should seek the kingdom of God first and then his righteousness. After that, all the things will be automatically added to you.
Proverbs 12:4 – A good wife is considered to be the diadem on the head of her husband, whereas a woman who causes her husband to face disgrace and dishonor is like putrefaction in his bones.
Proverbs 28:6 – A man who has to put up with acute poverty, but still gathers his daily bread through righteousness and honesty, is better than a man who possesses all the worldly riches but resorts to unethical means to earn his living.
Proverbs 31:10 – Who can ever be blessed with a flawless wife? She is way more valuable than treasures and jewels.
Psalm 119:1 – The men who pave their road with innocence and morality and walk on it abiding by all the rules and regulations of the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, are the ones who are truly blessed.
Romans 13:14 – And on that account, put on the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ, and do not make any arrangements for the flesh, in order to satisfy its wishes.
Romans 5:4 – And on that account, tolerance is the building block of your true nature, and your character gives rise to aspirations.
Romans 5:5 – And optimism does not subject us to disgrace or dishonor, and this is because of the fact that the good God, the almighty Heavenly Father, has furnished us with all his love in our souls, through the Sacred Spirit that resides within us at all times.
Romans 5:8 – But the almighty Heavenly Father, the Supreme Being of all the universe, had furnished us with his pure love even when we had committed appalling sins, do not forget that the Son of God, Lord Jesus Christ, have up his life for our sake.
Ruth 3:11 – And this time onwards, my beloved daughter, you need not be scared of anything anymore. I will provide you with all the help and assistance that you ask from me; I will fulfill all your desires because all my fellow men of this town are very much aware of the fact that you are a moral woman.
Titus 2:14 – And He is the one who sacrificed himself for our sake in order to save us from all immorality and darkness, and to cleanse some men of all their sins for himself, his own purpose, who he thought would be passionate about carrying out good deeds.
Romans 5:3-4 – And that is not the end, but we go to the extent of finding solace even when we are going through immense distress because we are quite aware of the fact that hardship gives rise to persistence; persistence builds one’s true character; and character, in turn, gives rise to optimism.
Timothy 3:2 – And on that account, the controller should be ahead of all disgrace; he should be loyal to his wife, composed, self-disciplined, reputed, friendly, and should possess the ability to educate others.
Galatians 5:22-23 – But the harvest of the Spirit that resides within us is affection, peace, happiness, patience, self-discipline, benevolence, loyalty, moral values, and humanity. There are no other rules and regulations against these virtues.
Acts 7:51 – You people are all as stubborn as a mule! Your souls and ears are still irreligious. You are in no way different from your forefathers. You go against the Heavenly Spirit at all times.
Luke 2:25 – And at that time, there existed a man in Jerusalem who was known by the name of Simeon; he was very honest and pious. He was biding his time for the commiseration of Israel, and he was comforted by the Heavenly Spirit.