Monday, July 6, 2015

Morning with Ebenezer


Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us,

Ephesians 3:20 NKJV

We have people in the Church who are talented and gifted with many things; but most of them time tend to look down on themselves. They tend to consider others to be better than themselves and don't value what God has given them in life.

There are those people who think other people wives or husbands are better than theirs. These people always concern about their images and think that other are prettier or awesome than themselves. They don't trust what they know and always trust other people judgment than their own judgments.

Most of these folks struggle with low self-esteem, even if they have known God in their lives; but still they can't trust that He can use them and make them great one day. Some believe that no matter how hard they work, they will continue to be poor as the result they fear to trust God for big things in life.

This morning, I want you to know that you were created according to the image of God and likeness of God. There is God in you; He created you to be prosperous and successful in this life. He created you that you may use all what He has given you for His glory. Don't put yourself down but start trusting yourself in the Lord and aim higher in life.

Whatever things that so called successful people have done in this life. You can do too and reach in the same level of success in life if you will use all the potential that God has given you. Make sure you know all what is required for you to be successful in life. Learn from people who are successful and ask God for wisdom that you may follow all the principles of success in the Bible.

****Morning Prayer****

Pray this prayer with me by faith and God is going to answer your prayer....

Dear Heavenly Father, help me to overcome my within fears that I may be able to use all the potential that You have bestowed inside of me. In Jesus' Name, Amen.

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