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Is God Really Able?

There are days when you just know that you know GOD IS ABLE.

 

You know those days when money is plentiful, your job is secure, the cupboards are overflowing, relationships are effortless, children are obedient, and your self worth is high.

 

Then the other days come. Such is life right? The days that have you questioning the One who said He would provide. The days when the One who said He’d never leave nor forsake you seems to be playing a game of hot peas and butter but you don’t seem to be getting closer, only colder, colder, and colder still.

 

How do we eradicate the spirit of doubt and activate our faith? How do we hold fast to the truth that God is able? We do it with a simple two-step: Prayer and Praise. Put on your garment of praise and shirk off the spirit of heaviness. Shod your feet in your gospel of peace shoes and get your praise on.

 

By prayer Peter was released from prison (Acts 12:5-17)

 

Through prayer and praise, Paul and Silas were delivered from prison (Acts 16:25-40)

 

Even in the solitary spaces, God is able. Click To Tweet

 

PRAY

 

God is able to do exceedingly abundantly for me

God is able to make all grace abound toward me

God is able to give me peace that surpasses all understanding

God is able to supply all my needs according to His riches in glory

God is able to make my enemies my footstool

 

PRAISE

 

My soul magnifies you Lord

My soul boasts in you Lord

My soul blesses you Lord

My soul delights in your Word

All my inmost being praises you Lord

 

With prayer and praise move the TRUTH from your head to your heart…

 

GOD IS ABLE!

 

As always, it is my prayer that you’ve been Inspired To Live Fully!

 

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13 replies
    • Tyra Lane-Kingsland
      Tyra Lane-Kingsland says:

      Meghan,
      SPEAK IT! Sometimes all we can do is cry out the name of JESUS. If we look crazy or sound crazy, who cares? David danced undignified to give God glory. Let’s release our undignified praise and stand and watch him work mightily on our behalf. Thanks for visiting.

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  1. Rachel Britton
    Rachel Britton says:

    Recently, God has been teaching me that I need to ask more, I need to come to him and trust him more because he is able. As Ephesians 3:20 says: Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine… then we end up giving Him praise.

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    • Tyra Lane-Kingsland
      Tyra Lane-Kingsland says:

      Yes Rachel. Somewhere along the Christian walk I find that we can become so “holy” that we are submissive, docile and timid when we approach God. While we ought to maintain a reverential fear of the Lord, He invites us to ask. He beckons us to come. He even instructs us to take what’s rightfully ours (you can read a post I did on that here http://www.inspiredtolivefully.com/take-it/ ). I pray for our holy boldness to do and be all that he’s called us for such a time as this. It is only in freeing our minds that we free him to do exceedingly abundantly in our lives. Blessings to you Sis.

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  2. Jennifer Clarke
    Jennifer Clarke says:

    Tyra, I can’t think of a better truth for us to cling to as we set foot into 2017. Thank you for being such a vibrant part of our Grace & Truth community! It’s my pleasure to feature your post at A Divine Encounter on Friday.

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  3. Kathleen McGee
    Kathleen McGee says:

    God is definitely able! When my twelve year old son, Jeremiah died, it was hard. Even though I am a Christian, my son dying was very painful. God not only helped me and my husband through it, but also made our marriage stronger. It wasn’t easy, we had to go through the fire, but God has been with us every step of the way.

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    • Tyra Lane-Kingsland
      Tyra Lane-Kingsland says:

      Kathleen Kathleen I’m here with tears welling up in my eyes at the mere thought of your experience. As a mama of 6, one of which is 12, I am just speechless. I thank you for sharing. I commend your bravery. I pray God continues to give you an extra measure of grace. Mmm, mmm, mmm friend, I have no words other than PRAISE HIM!

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