Ephesians 2:10 “For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
Everyone should desire for God to do a great work in your life. As you admit your needs to God and then begin assessing what you have to work with, it will open up your mind to the resources you already have. Then, you can make the decision to give God “back-stage access” to everything you have. Actually, it is God’s anyways. He just asks you to manage it for Him. Once you get yourself in this healthy position, you’re ready for the next step.
Expect God to multiply it.
Mark 6:42 “They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces of bread and fish.”
Jesus had just blessed the food and told the disciples to hand it out. Once the meal was finished, twelve baskets were collected with the leftovers. How could that be? The Lord is not bound by the finite things of this world like you and I. Limitations and restrictions are no problem for Him.
Are there things in your life that need an infinite touch from God? Perhaps a broken relationship, struggling finances or some addictive behavior that causes you great heartache. The Lord is still in the business of forgiveness and restoration. No matter how difficult some things may seem to you, God is willing and wanting to touch your life in a way that may seem impossible. These are great opportunities for God to shine the brightest. It will leave you with no doubt WHO did something awesome.
Mark 10:27 “All things are possible with God."
As you continue in this journey of our Fall Series, remember God really can do all things. He can help you through whatever you are dealing with. God’s grace is truly sufficient for you.
Q4U: God is calling. He says, “Nothing is impossible with Him.”