When we were young children we were told we could do anything. When we were being potty trained, we were told, "you can do it". Tying shoes, riding a bike, roller skating... We could do it all. One of our main goals in raising our children is to teach them to believe. We don't want them to have limits or expectations, we want them to triumph over every milestone they face. When they get older and things get harder we encourage them and tell them to never give up.

If you are a believer in The Lord, you must know that you have a loving Father who parents us much in the same way we parent our children. He has expectations for us and desires for us to be overcomers in this life. We each have spiritual milestones, some of which may seem natural to some on the surface but are very spiritual at its core. God says with Him all things are possible. Our Father says we are more than conquerors in Christ Jesus. He says we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. We must begin to have child-like faith and believe our Father like our children believe us. Don't you want your kids to trust your words? When you tell them to trust you, don't you expect them to let go of their fears and just step out on what you say?

Our Daddy in Heaven wants the same thing... And further He can back up His words to help you accomplish the impossible! What's the impossible for you? Is it finishing school? Starting a business? Waiting for the mate God has for you? Selling completely out to God? Stepping up in ministry and taking your next level by storm? I know what mine are and I have already started challenging every doubt with God's word for my life. It's time for me to run my race and not look back. Today was a new day and tomorrow is another one. I plan to meet each new day of grace and mercy with a decision and an act of faith. I am who God says I am!

Praise The Lord!!!

"Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus." -Philippians 3:13b-14

AuthorKeymasha Knight