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You Are Born For This

Hello Sis,

Welcome to the last Tuesday of the month. Our best days are ahead of us and the lines are fallen for us in pleasant places in Jesus Name.

A lot of times we go through phases that seem bigger than us. Phases we can't comprehend, phases we think we can't survive or aren't prepared for.

I have strength for all things in Christ Who empowers me [I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him Who infuses inner strength into me; I am self-sufficient in Christ's sufficiency]. Philippians 4:13 AMPC

The good news that we most times neglect is that, we've been made for this. To pass through fire and not smell like smoke. This God is ever faithful. He won it all for us on the cross and fabricated us to go through life and come out conquering.

We might not be operating in this yet because we have not tapped into it. We have not because we ask not because everyone that asketh receiveth. Could it be that we are exhausted in this journey because we depend on our human strength And not the Lord's?

In our kingdom, acknowledgment is the button of operation. Philemon 1:6 says that our faith might be effective we must acknowledge every good work in us through ChristJesus. Yes, Christ Jesus. He is the reason we are here and can live. It is in him we live move and have our being. In him is life and that life is the light of men.

If you take nothing out of this post, take this. No matter what you face or go through, know that you are ready for anything and equal to anything through Him Who infuses inner strength into you.

Father in the name of Jesus, I receive fresh strength to do my life's assignment as a believer, as a mother, as a student, as a wife and in all areas. This is my reality and i am working in it gracefully. Thank you Lord. Amen.


Loads of love,

Your Sis


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