God's Vision Is Not about Me (3 of 4) by Lenny Ports
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Series: A Fresh New Vision
We are in the ''Fresh New Vision'' sermon series and the big question that we have answered here is that GOD HAS A VISION FOR YOUR LIFE.
GOD'S VISION IS BIGGER THAN YOU CAN SEE
God's vision for our lives is BIGGER than it appears right now. The REALITY of what God desires to bring to pass in your life is so much bigger than you can imagine.
Did you ever take your hand or your finger and cover up an object you see in the distance? Like putting your hand over the moon or your finger over a star? You know that the objects are a lot bigger than they appear. You can imagine that you can erase a star from the sky with one touch of your finger tip, but you know that's not true. You see, God sees things for what they really are and we only see them from our finite existence. Let me say it again. What God sees for your life is so much bigger and better than what you can see right now. Let me illustrate. Did you know that the earth that we live in is big? It takes days to drive from Virginia to California and it takes days in a jumbo jet to get to the other side of the earth. But did you know that the earth is microscopic in size compared to some stars. For example, did you know how many earths would fit into the sun? It is 1.3 million. There is a star named Canis Majoris that is 1 billion times the size of the sun. That means that over 3.7 quadrillion earths could fit into the star Canis Majoris! Yet we might be able to cover it up with the tip of our finger.
We serve a big God who is calling us into bigger things in Him. Don't settle for the ''here and now, this is all there is'' mentality. Things are not as they appear. God's vision and intention for our lives is so much BIGGER THAN YOU COULD EVER IMAGINE.
Ephesians 3:20 Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, 21 to Him be g ...
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