DAY 3 – LIVING BEYOND THE LIMITS



When was the last time God worked through you in such a way that you knew beyond doubt that God had done it? In fact, when was the last time you saw miracles happen on a regular basis in your life? If you're like most believers, you wouldn't know how to ask for that kind of experience, or even if you should.

The Prayer of Jabez has been opening up lives to Gods mighty working for many years. I hope that you desire to reach for a life that will be "more honorable" for God. Not that you wish others to reach for less, but for you, nothing but Gods fullest blessing will do. When you stand before Him to give your accounting, your deepest longing is to hear, "Well done!"

God really does have unclaimed blessings waiting for you, my friend. I know it sounds impossible—even embarrassingly suspicious in our self-serving day Yet that very exchange – your want for Gods plenty – has been His loving will for your life from eternity past. And with a handful of core commitments on your part, you can proceed from this day forward with the confidence and expectation that your heavenly Father will bring it to pass for you.

Think of it this way: Instead of standing near the river's edge, asking for a cup of water to get you through each day, you'll do something unthinkable – you will take the little prayer with the giant prize and jump into the river! At that moment, you will begin to let the loving currents of God’s grace and power carry you along. God’s great plan for you will surround you and sweep you forward into the profoundly important and satisfying life He has waiting.

If that is what you want, keep reaching out to Him.

Shalom,

Rev. Obadiah Swen
Pastor, BWOC-VA

Please join us for a time of prayer and fasting this week.
1. Praise God for who He is. Rev. 4:11
2. Pray that God will bless, enlarge, anoint and protect us, our family, our church, our community and our world. 1 Chron. 4:10
3. Pray that God will establish His kingdom and will in our lives, our family, our church, our community and our world. Matt. 6:10

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