He’s Super Able

Caleb told the people to be quiet and listen to Moses. Caleb said, “Let’s go now and take possession of the land. We should be more than able to conquer it.” Numbers 13:30 Gods Word

Can I share something with you this morning that may just catapult your day into a river of blessings? It did mine! When God puts His anointing on you, it’s to take your natural ability and put a super on it, so that you no longer depend on your abilities and talents, but on the supernatural ability of God.

What you place your trust or dependency in determines the influence you have in the earth. If you trust in your ability, you are limited. But if you trust in God, He places His ability on your ability so that you have super-ability to do something you would have been lame in doing on your own.

That’s what happened with Solomon; He was wise to ask for wisdom to lead, but it was God’s anointed wisdom on his wisdom that made a name for him throughout the earth. And because he didn’t ask for money, God gave him more money than anyone ever had and He blessed God with it.

You see, money can’t buy you love. It can’t buy you friends, it can’t buy you healing. But God said He would be a father to you and He loves you with an everlasting love. He is a friend that sticks closer then a brother. He’s your healer, provider, strong tower, deliverer, the only wise King.

It’s His anointing that has the power to break bondages off your life. It’s His Word that heals and sets you free. Anyone can read words off a page, but when God shines a flashlight on a word, it can take the darkness off your life and fill you with hope. It gives you confident assurance that He, not money, will provide everything you need.

Oh my friend, He’s a good, good Father! Good fathers provide! Good fathers take care of their children and you are His! Stop trusting in your ability to do everything and trust in His. Is anything too hard for Him?

Sandy G

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