Full Steam Ahead

This photo was taken at the railroad museum in Teague Texas. There is no need to coast in life but experience God’s power full steam ahead as though being pulled with a power greater than a locomotive. The power inside is beyond what could be imagined so never place any limits on what God can do.

Reading today in Ephesians 3:14-21, we know that Paul was in prison so he could not physically be with the people but he could inspire and encourage them through this letter. This is the reason Paul writes this letter to the Ephesians.  He prays for the Ephesians that God would strengthen them with power through the Holy Spirit. That they would understand how much God loves them and he prays that the church would bring glory to God.

A take away for us today is that if the burdens of this world are withdrawing the power, humbly receive the grace of God and get hitched onto the locomotive of His Word. Pray for guidance and stay hitched to the power that gives far more than you could ever ask or think. Doing your best for God at this moment puts you on track to go places you never thought possible.

This day with You God, we have great internal power because of Your love for us. Because of Jesus, we have available the unlimited power of the Holy Spirit that pulls us to new levels of faith and the strength to climb up out of the valleys of despair to new heights of achievement for Your purposes. Amen.

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3 Responses to Full Steam Ahead

  1. This is it: “There is no need to coast in life but experience God’s power full steam ahead as though being pulled with a power greater than a locomotive. The power inside is beyond what could be imagined so never place any limits on what God can do.”

    Shalom!

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