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Understanding the Meaning and Source of "God is Greater Than The Highs & Lows"

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Lorina Nilsson
Understanding the Meaning and Source of "God is Greater Than The Highs & Lows"


In recent years, the phrase "God is Greater Than The Highs & Lows" has gained popularity, appearing on T-shirts, jewelry, and social media. This powerful statement encapsulates a profound theological truth and serves as a reminder of God's presence in our lives. 


"God is Greater Than The Highs & Lows" conveys the belief that the power and presence of God transcend the highs and lows of life. It recognizes that life is full of ups and downs, successes and failures, joys and sorrows. Despite these fluctuations, the essence of God remains constant and unchanging. This phrase serves as a reminder that God's love, mercy, and guidance are ever-present, providing solace and strength in both the peaks and valleys of our existence.


"Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus." - 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 

This phrase reminds us that no matter the situation, we have to always have God in our minds and give thanks to Him for it all.

We need to remember to stay grounded and not allow our emotions or circumstances to dictate our faith.

During times of celebration and triumph, it encourages us to remain humble, acknowledging that our achievements are a result of God's grace. Likewise, during moments of despair or struggle, it offers reassurance that we are not alone, and that God's love and support will sustain us.

Our Crew Set:

We actually have a crew set inspired by this idea of uniting together as husband & wife through the highs and low of life. It's a reminded of the commitment & oneness of marriage. Through the highs and lows, we stand firm in God's presence. 

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May this blog post be a reminder of God's unwavering presence and love in our lives. 

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