The Seven Most Powerful Words (9 of 18) by Roger Thomas
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Series: New Testament Sampler
Introduction: Magicians perform amazing feats with just a word--"abracadabra." That's not for real. Ali Baba in the Arabian Nights opened the door to the robbers' cave with a secret command--"Open Sesame." That's make-believe. Those of us who grew up watching Captain Kangaroo (that's long before Big Bird and Kermit the Frog) will never forget his magic words, "please and thank-you." Those are good words for sure, but not necessarily magic! Tonight I want to share with you seven words that are for real. They are the most powerful words in the world. These seven little words, if understood and believed--really believed, will enable you to overcome any obstacle, conquer every challenge, fight off every foe, bear any burden, and shoulder any sacrifice. Just seven little words!
Ready? Right them down. Better yet, inscribe them on your heart. Weave them into the fabric of your future. These seven words will revolutionize your life. From Philippians 4:13, (count them out with me) "I can do all things through Christ." Let's unlock the power of these seven words a phrase at a time.
Let's begin at the beginning. I--This first word reminds us of the "people of faith." "I can do all things through Christ." Make no mistake about it. God uses people to accomplish his will in this world. Remember what scripture says, "We are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do" (Eph 2:10). Oh, sometimes he uses angels. On occasion, he used a dumb beast. But almost always the Lord of glory calls men and women to do his bidding. But not just any men and women. God is partial to a certain kind.
God seeks out ordinary folk to use. God seldom uses the mighty, the powerful, the rich, or the influential. The reason is obvious. Too often such people are too full of themselves to be useful to God. ...
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