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Rethinking The Impossible

There may be a situation or relationship in your life that has been causing you lots of grief, heartache and trouble. You might even think that you are going against the grain however when trouble arises you must take a step back and look at the power that is already within you. Isaiah chapter forty verse six states "He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.''There is a power source in each one of us that believes , and that source is Jesus Christ.

The old way of thinking, leads people believe that they must revert back to old ways and habits that are ungodly as a way to decide the outcome of a troubling situation or relationship ; But when God gives you power to overcome a situation, Satan essentially becomes harmless.This is not to say that you will not encounter adversity, however it does ensure that you will be victorious.

When you decide to live and to not allow Satan to hurt you any longer.You in essence begin to live a life of victory. Belief in God and his power becomes most evident when you decide that he is too great to allow you to quit. So remember, when things get tough just continue to push, trust God and above all else
pray.

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