If you have been reading my blog for any amount of time, you will be aware that I focus a lot on encouraging people to embrace all of God’s possibilities for their lives. I believe it is a part of my purpose to help others challenge limiting mindsets and breakthrough to all the possibilities God has created them for.
So dear reader, are you embracing the possibilities for your life?
Before we get to embracing the possibilities, are you aware of God’s possibilities for your life? All of God’s creations are filled with possibilities, that means you too! Life may have thrown some obstacles in your way that have caused you to think God does not have good things in store for you but his very word challenges those perceptions.
One of the verses that challenge this perception is, “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them (Eph. 2:10)
Before you were born God intended for you to accomplish many things. Those things are in the realm of your possibilities. They encapsulate all that is attainable for you. The gifts and talents he has given you, the skills you possess, your life experiences and interests are all pointing you into the realm of your God-given possibilities.
How do you know when you are embracing the possibilities for your life? You know this when you are walking in alignment with God’s purpose for you. To know this you must come to an understanding of what his purpose for you is and walk in that purpose. When you begin to walk in your purpose then you have begun to embrace God’s possibilities for you.
Although we may anticipate what God has in store for us we may never fully understand the extent of what he has in store for us. We can only walk in faith and trust that he will reveal more of our possibilities to us as we walk in obedience to him.
So the questions to ask yourself are,
What are some of the possibilities God has in store for me?
What will I do about activating these possibilities?
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