Do You Put Limitations on Yourself? On God?

Do you put limitations on yourself?

Are you looking for a new job, battling addiction, studying for a big exam? Have you recently lost a loved one?  Maybe you have a big goal you would like to set for yourself.

Whatever your mountain may be, do you have doubts? Have you counted yourself out because you know there is no way you can accomplish that big goal or break free from the addiction, find joy after losing a loved one? Guess what, you may be right. You can’t do it, but guess who can – YOUR God.

You may have heard the saying that goes “God won’t give you anything you can’t handle.” I don’t necessarily agree with that. God will let you go through storms, situations, and trials that you can’t handle on your own. With that being said, God is always there to help. He is reaching out with loving arms. We can do all things through Christ, another well known verse, Philippians 4:13 tells us that.

Many of us have heard over and over Mark 10:27 “With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God.” It’s almost like we don’t truly grasp that verse anymore because it’s overheard. Why? Do you believe that The Bible is literally God’s word breathed? Everything in the Bible is 100% true so why may we be slightly “immune” to that verse?

I want you to reflect on the vast truth, “With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God.” Next time you count yourself out from something or put a limitation on yourself, remember that you serve a loving God that has no limitations.

We serve a healing God,

Loving God,

Forgiving God,

Powerful God,

Limitless God,

A God of miracles,

A God of truth,

We serve a God who delights in blessing His children, just ask!

Next time you hear the lie that it is impossible, you doubt, or you fear, tell yourself, “I am not limited by what I can pray for because, He is not limited by what He can do.” God is delighted to do for us, you must ask – according to His will of course! Nothing is ever too big for God.