Imagine. When three unique sources align with the same message over three days, it’s time to listen up. The Holy Spirit is at work. That happened to me this week.
Dolly sent her letter from the chair. The first paragraph celebrated how our CWC group is becoming immeasurable more. The next day, my daily devotional talked about living a life immeasurably more than imagined. Then a writing blog to which I subscribe hit my inbox. The theme…God works in each of us to do immeasurably more than we imagine possible.
On those notes, I share an excerpt from the writing blog, The Immeasurable Power in You…* Wherever you see a bracketed reference to writing, just plug instead what you have a passion to do.
We are gifted with this passion to [pen words]…
I encourage you to flip open the pages of your Bible and read Ephesians 3:20-21 (NIV):
Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever! Amen.
The apostle Paul reminded us we are all able to do immeasurably more than we ask or imagine. Our problem is, we don’t ask or imagine. We just do, never allowing God to work in and through us…
Think about Paul’s words. To Him who is ABLE to do IMMEASURABLY MORE than we ASK or IMAGINE, according to his POWER that is AT WORK WITHIN US. Did you realize you had such power at your fingertips? Well, you do.
Success is not free but it is attainable with hard work. This day in time, to be a [Christian writer] is especially difficult. That’s why you stand your ground against the world that pleads with you to take the easy route. Stay the course. Realize the gift God has placed before you and understand He is able to do immeasurably more that you ask or imagine. Then ask. Imagine!
You can [write.] You can. You can, because He is in you working to do more than you imagine.
*by Cindy Sproles on @EdieMelson. Read entire blog here.
Wow, imagine that. The shoe fits, ladies. So, wear it.
Hugs and blessings,