A Life that Proves God Can

Have you ever asked yourself how powerful is the God we serve? We read about His power in the Bible. We hear about His power from different testimonies. We even sing about His power during praise and worship. The Bible tells us that nothing is too hard for the God of all mankind. Here are seven reasons why we should rely upon God’s power.

1. Because God carries our burdens (Matthew 11:28-30)

2. Because God is working in our lives to save us (1 Corinthians 1:18)

3. Because with God, life is an exciting adventure (Psalm 5:3)

4. Because we are safe from the spiritual forces of evil (Ephesians 6:10-12)

5. Because God always meets out needs (Philippians 4:19)

6. Because we can do everything through God (Philippians 4:13)

When the world gives you something to accomplish and you feel like you cannot do it,
remember, you are never alone. You can always call on the name of God. With Him, nothing is too difficult. And when God gives you a task which sounds impossible, just know that the God who is with us is the God who made the heavens and the earth. Believe that He loves you and will always help you. With His great power, all things are possible. Are you living a life that proves God can do the impossible?

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Dry Bones No More

God is present and we can serve Him anywhere. When we worship Him, He breathes air of inner peace into our hearts. When we pray to Him, He breathes air of assurance into our minds. When we step up in faith, He breathes the “nothing is impossible” air into our souls. When we pour out our praises, He breathes air of comfort into our lungs.

God is breathing on your dry bones!

Dry bones contributed by bad situations, health problems, internal and external conflicts, feelings of loneliness, meaningless days, stressful work and obligations, and our heavy and tired souls. We learn from the account of Ezekiel that God can do the impossible and make breath enter into our dry bones to restore us physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

READINGS: EZEKIEL 37:1-14