A Mustard Seed

Do you believe in the power of God? If so, how much do you believe in His power? What do you believe God can do? Is there anything He cannot do?

I am here to tell you God is the God of the impossible. Just as it says in Luke 1:36-38. I could go on and on and tell you of the impossible things He has done in my life and in the lives of those I love and care about. I could share about healings of mysterious illnesses the doctors could not figure out. I could tell you about tranformations of attitudes and the breaking of addictions. I could tell you about going from financial ruin to success and prosperity.

But what I want to impart to you today is the fact that God can only act in our lives to the extent that we believe He can. Jesus said “Truly I say to you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew 17:20).

That is what I want to share with you. This truth is what I want you to believe. As we learn to trust God and step out in faith, our faith grows. It is like a muscle. The more we exercise it, the more it grows. And we become stronger and stronger to face the challenges that present themselves one after the other.

Today, dear one, I encourage you to believe God for more in your life. Don’t settle for a life of mediocrity. Jesus said “I have come so that you can have life more ABUNDANTLY!” (John 10:10) May He bless you as you put your faith in Him!

A Mustard Seed

Do you believe in the power of God? If so, how much do you believe in His power? What do you believe God can do? Is there anything He cannot do?

I am here to tell you God is the God of the impossible. Just as it says in Luke 1:36-38. I could go on and on and tell you of the impossible things He has done in my life and in the lives of those I love and care about. I could share about healings of mysterious illnesses the doctors could not figure out. I could tell you about tranformations of attitudes and the breaking of addictions. I could tell you about going from financial ruin to success and prosperity.

But what I want to impart to you today is the fact that God can only act in our lives to the extent that we believe He can. Jesus said “Truly I say to you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew 17:20).

That is what I want to share with you. This truth is what I want you to believe. As we learn to trust God and step out in faith, our faith grows. It is like a muscle. The more we exercise it, the more it grows. And we become stronger and stronger to face the challenges that present themselves one after the other.

Today, dear one, I encourage you to believe God for more in your life. Don’t settle for a life of mediocrity. Jesus said “I have come so that you can have life more ABUNDANTLY!” (John 10:10) May He bless you as you put your faith in Him!

The Choice is Ours

We all make lots of choices every day. Some of them are minor like what shirt to wear or where to have lunch. Some may seem minor, but really aren’t. In reality, our lives as well as our destinies are made up of the thousands of small decisions we make every day.

Think about it for a moment. Choices about what to eat, what to spend, whether to exercise or read our Bible over time, all become habits. These habits can either benefit us or harm us in the long run. Daily choices of a donut over a piece of fruit, a Starbucks frappucino over a glass of water, or viewing hours of television over spending time with the Lord determine who and what we will become.

The same thing goes for our choices when it comes to having faith. We can choose to have faith in God or not. We can choose to have faith in ourselves or not. And we can choose to have faith in others, or not. It is totally up to us and the daily choices we make in this area will strongly impact who and what we will become. It will also impact who and what others become.

So today, dear one, will you choose faith? Will you choose to believe in God, yourself and your loved ones? As the Bible says “Faith is the belief in things not yet seen”. Because, after all, if we could see it, it wouldn’t be faith at all now would it? Until next time, choose to use the power of faith and keep looking up!

The Choice is Ours

We all make lots of choices every day. Some of them are minor like what shirt to wear or where to have lunch. Some may seem minor, but really aren’t. In reality, our lives as well as our destinies are made up of the thousands of small decisions we make every day.

Think about it for a moment. Choices about what to eat, what to spend, whether to exercise or read our Bible over time, all become habits. These habits can either benefit us or harm us in the long run. Daily choices of a donut over a piece of fruit, a Starbucks frappucino over a glass of water, or viewing hours of television over spending time with the Lord determine who and what we will become.

The same thing goes for our choices when it comes to having faith. We can choose to have faith in God or not. We can choose to have faith in ourselves or not. And we can choose to have faith in others, or not. It is totally up to us and the daily choices we make in this area will strongly impact who and what we will become. It will also impact who and what others become.

So today, dear one, will you choose faith? Will you choose to believe in God, yourself and your loved ones? As the Bible says “Faith is the belief in things not yet seen”. Because, after all, if we could see it, it wouldn’t be faith at all now would it? Until next time, choose to use the power of faith and keep looking up!