Thursday, January 20, 2011

Thinking of your Potential in a Non-traditional Way (Spiritually)

Today I was the beneficiary of some very helpful thoughts from Charles F. Stanley as he reflected on this verse in Psalm 18:35 "Your right hand has held me up, Your gentleness has made me great."

Stanley goes on to say the following:

"When you think of your potential, don't limit yourself to thinking of ways in which you might expand your personal resume to include more and greater accomplishments.  Think in terms of spiritual depth. God has planned unlimited growth for you in your inner person.  He has boundless love for you and, therefore, a fullness of relationship with Him that only a few will experience -- not because God desires to limit His availability, presence, or power to only a few, but because only a few will commit themselves to knowing God in more spiritually intimate ways."

I hope dear friend and reader that with that sound advice you and I will be able to move closer to our full spiritual potential this day.  Find out more about the God who holds you up and makes you great.  If you don't believe in Him, find out why others do.

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