Vital Signs - Tuesday, April 21, 2020


Give God your weakness, and He’ll give you His strength. — Anonymous


Philippians 4:13 says that we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength. This verse is encouraging but think of the hope it brings when we truly understand who we are. When we understand that we are…


God’s children

Forgiven and not condemned

God’s masterpieces

More than conquerors

New in Christ

Safe from the evil one

Citizens of heaven


That is when we will truly be able to do all things through Christ’s strength. Not just some things or a few things, but all things. In fact, the Bible says that it’s in our weakest moments where Christ’s strength is made perfect. The moment we want to tap out or call it quits is the exact moment when His mighty power is a 100% guarantee.


By the power of Christ, nothing can keep its grip on us. Not fear, worry, doubt, defeat, discouragement, loneliness, hardship, or pain. We just have to adjust our stance from cowering down to rising up and recognizing the power that is within our grasp.


The next time a daunting situation comes onto your path or a threatening thought approaches your mind remember that you can overcome it by Christ’s power working in and through you. You don’t have to do those difficult things in and of yourself. No, you just have to speak the truth that you can do all things through Christ and trust that God will supply His perfect, neverending power.


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