Focus On Believing

TODAY’S VERSE
“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, for ever and ever! Amen.”
Ephesians 3:20-21

TODAY’S THOUGHT
Which are you? The glass is half empty or the glass is
half full? When it comes to reading today’s verse it
really makes a difference. It is easy to let our “half
empty” attitude take a “glass is full and running over”
type of verse we have today and bring it right down.
What do you think when you read, “Him who is able to
do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine.”?
Bill Johnson, in his book, When Heaven Invades
Earth, writes, “Faith is not the absence of doubt. It
is the presence of belief.” So maybe today we
shouldn’t worry about our doubts. It’s okay to have
them. We all do. But for today, perhaps we
should just focus on believing what God has said. He
CAN do more than you and I can ever imagine.  Ask
God to help you believe this today. Give Him your
worries, fears and problems. Let Him control your life.
He is more than able!

TODAY’S PRAYER
Father, today, instead of trying to rid myself of doubt, I
choose to believe You are able to do more than I can
ever imagine. Today I choose faith. Today I choose to
trust you. Today I choose your love for me and will live
today in this hope, that you are alive and are able. In
Jesus name.
AMEN

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