How to Get the Most Out of Life (6 of 8) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Facing Life with Faith
If you have your Bible today, I want us to look at Ephesians 3:20. We will be talking today about "Facing Life With Faith" and I am so thankful for what God has taught me as we have studied together this series of messages. Today, I want to talk about "How To Get the Most Out of Life." Most of us are in that pursuit. We want to get the most out of our car, or the most out of our job, or the most out of everything in our life. And God wants you to get the most. What is the key to getting the most? The Bible teaches us that God has given us the power of the Holy Spirit. And somebody said God has given us the power of the atom bomb and we live firecracker lives because we don't tend to the resources that God has placed at our disposal through the Holy Spirit who dwells within. Let's look at this verse at it speaks to us about getting the most from life.
What a verse! Listen to it in the Amplified Bible, "Now to Him Who, by (in consequence of) the [action of His] power that is at work within us, is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly, far over and above all that we [dare] ask or think [infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams]-- folks that is a great promise of God about faith and what God wants to do in our life, the life of our family, the life of our church. Then Jesus said in Matthew 9:29, "...according to your faith, be it unto you."
So as we look at this verse of Scripture, the key that unlocks all that God wants to do in our life is asking in faith and believing in faith and facing our future with faith. We call this the law of expectation. That as we pray, not only can God do what we are praying for and asking for, but God says, you can't out think me, you can't out ask me, you can't out do me, I can bless you more than you can dream of, more than you can think of, more than you ca ...
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