Limitless (6 of 6) by Lenny Ports
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John 11:1-4, 39-40
When I was in prayer this past week, this prayer came to me, ''Lord, BREAK in me that which LIMITS You.''
God is not limited by Himself or anyone else. We serve a God who is LIMITLESS! He is eternal God, who existed before time began and He will forever be God. He is a God who knows no limits. There is nothing that our God cannot do. He is Omnipotent (all-powerful), Omniscient (all-knowing) and Omnipresent (in all places at all times, never divided). He is pure Light, perfect Love, sufficient Grace, abounding Patience, rich Mercy, long-suffering, unexplainable Peace, unspeakable Joy, loving Kindness, true Justice, Sovereign King and there is no one above Him and no one greater than Him. He is undefeated, untied, and unscored upon. No one runs even a close second place to Him. This is the God that we serve. This Awesome God lives in us. In Him we live and move and have our being. The Kingdom of God is in us…so why do we question His abilities? Why do we doubt His power? Why don't we put our faith completely in Him?
I can hear the foolish philosophers scoffing in retort, ''if your God can do anything, can He make a stone so big that even He cannot move it?'' There is no answer to this silly question. Why? Because God is not just ALL-POWERFUL God, He is an ALL-PURPOSEFUL God! There is always PURPOSE behind His POWER. He didn't set the stars, the sun and the planets into space for the fun of it. He didn't set the order in the heavens and put us on earth just so He can say He did it. He didn't create you haphazardly and allow even all the changes, challenges, and chilling circumstances in your life to play games with you. No. God is a God of purpose and He knows exactly what He is doing. It all has a DIVINE DESIGN!
How do we limit the LIMITLESS One?
1) Not Seeing Past our Circumstances
John 11: 1 Now a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 ...
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