Numbers 13:17-30; Psalms 121:1-8; Philippians 4:13-20
‘I have strength for all things in Christ Who empowers me…I am ready …and equal to anything through Him who infuses inner strength into me…..’ – Phil 4:13 (Amp)
I don’t know what you are trying to achieve in your life right now. You may be in school trying to get a degree; you may be launching out in your own business or seeking to move up in a career. Regardless of whatever mountain you are seeking to climb or whatever giant you need to slay, you are well able. That means you already have all you need to get the job done. But you need to have that revelation about yourself like Caleb did. We all started out in life like the other 10 spies in doubt and unbelief. We always thought it was a sign of humility to confess our inabilities and shortcomings. Like the 10 spies, it is easier to see yourself as a grasshopper and your challenges as giants, because your focus is in the wrong place, and on the wrong things. But you must continually stir your faith like Caleb did his. Change your focus and redirect your attention to focus on your ‘Helper’ and not on your giant. The Psalmist said he would lift up his eyes to the hills where his help comes from. Do you know where your help comes from? If you do, you’ll agree that no giant or mountain can stop you. And you’ll say it boldly like Caleb did. Come on, say it out loud today: ‘I am well able’ in Jesus’ mighty Name!
Prayer and Confessions:
I declare that I am well able to do all that my heart has conceived as God’s dreams for me. In Jesus’ mighty name. Amen!