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Nothing is too big for God

Hello Beautiful,
I hope the month of March has been awesome for you.
Here's what I would like to encourage you with this week:
I travelled to Lagos quickly for a meeting and as we descended back into Abuja, I looked out the window and everything seem so small. Like really S.M.A.L.L. I believe strongly that it was no coincidence that my attention was drawn to this as I'm a lover of window seat whenever I am flying.
I exclaimed in my thought 'God, is this how you see things from where you're seated?' it appears we don't take him 'seriously' when he said there's nothing too big for Him to handle. Not challenges, not barrier, not even riches!
God seats in heaven and uses the earth as his foot stool. How amazing!
That's why He that seats in heaven laughs (Psalm 2:5)
No worry or area of concern that you're faced with can surmount the mightiness of our God.
Everything was created by Him and for Him. Nothing would ever be above Him. It's such an honour to be on His side - the winning side where we can take it all to Him prayers.
If you've ever had doubts about what he can or cannot do, I hope you find solace in this.
HE is God all by Himself.
Stop telling God how big your problem is rather, tell your problem how big your God is. Let your confession and actions show it.

As you believe afresh in His mightiness, may He show up for you and encourage you.

You might want to sing this song with me, it's my son's song of the week:

You are God, you are not just big o,
You are not just large o,
You are a great God!
You are are a great God!

Loads of love

Your  Sis


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