Did you know that the same power that raised Christ from the dead is available to you and me today?
That same power comes into our hearts when we give our lives to Him. He gives us supernatural power to overcome temptations, to smile through tears, to experience joy in the middle of the mundane, and even when we feel hopeless, we can be hopeful. This is the truth that can fuel transformation.
Paul prayed there that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened and then in verse 19, he directs us who have been saved to the power that we have now. Verse 20 declares that it is the same power that raised our Jesus! What can’t we do? Nothing. The word “can’t” is profanity in our family. The word “can’t” can hold back a life, it can limit a career, and it can cripple a church.
I love it because most Christians today are quick to tell you and give emotions to what they are not for, when we need to focus on what we are for.
We are for changed lives, because when we see lives changing, we know where the power comes from.
Make it a great week, for you are the redeemed by the power!
Until the nets are full,
Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.