We all know, we all believe that we are broken vessels. We know that we are imperfect. We know that we make mistakes, that we fall, that we fail, that we all mess up.
Seriously, we know that. And it’s good for us to remember that. It’s good for us to know that we can’t do it all by ourselves. We need to learn to depend on God. To trust in His grace. To lean on His mercy.
To know that we are sinners, saved by grace.
But, that’s not all that we are. As weak as we are, we don’t stand by our strength. If we stand by our strength only, we will fall. But we don’t stand by our strength. We stand by God’s strength.
And when we stand by God’s strength, we stand with confidence. Listen to what it says today in 2 Corinthians 3: 4-6:
Such is the confidence that we have through Christ toward God. Not that we are sufficient in ourselves to claim anything as coming from us, but our sufficiency is from God, who has made us sufficient to be ministers of a new covenant, not of the letter but of the Spirit. For the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life.
No matter what it is. No matter what you face. No matter what you are dealing with you. You can do it through Him.
Have confidence. Have that trust. Have that faith. Have that hope. You can do it through Him.
Yes, your sin is great. His strength is great.
Yes, your weakness is much. His strength is more.
Yes, you feel that you can’t do it through yourself. But know. You can do it through Him.
This fact is true. As great as your sin is, the blood of Christ and the power of the empty grave, they are greater.
Today, you can confidence. Not in yourself. But in Him. Through Him, you can do all things.
Today have confidence.
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