Far Above All We Could Ask Or Think

Far Above All We Could Ask Or ThinkThis week’s memory verse from Called and Created’s Bible Reading and Memorization Plan is Ephesians 3:20-21. These verses state that God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, far above all we could ask or think, and that to Him be the glory.

Our Heavenly Father is able to do far above all we could think, and all we could ever ask of Him. All things are possible with Him (Matthew 19:26). Nothing is too hard for Him (Jeremiah 32:17).

Do we truly believe this? Do we dare to ask God for whatever it is that we need? Or do we put limits on what we feel that He is capable of? Do we ask Him for even the little things in life, let alone the big things?

No matter what it is that you are facing, no matter what miracle you may be in need of, know that it’s nothing God can’t handle. He desires to work in your life in incredible ways, if you’ll ask Him. The question is will you?

Making Wise Media Choices, and Spending Time In God’s Word

Making Wise Media Choices, and Spending Time In God's WordWeek 33 of Called and Created’s Bible Reading and Memorization Plan is nearly finished. This week’s reading was Philippians 1-4, and Colossians 1. These chapters cover Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi, and begin his letter to the church at Colossae.

Philippians 4:8 tells us what kind of things to be thinking about – whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, or praiseworthy. One thing that affects our thoughts in a greater way than we may sometimes think is our choice of media. What are we watching and listening to? What are we reading online? Does it match up with the kind of thing Philippians 4:8 says that we should be thinking about?

What goes in our eyes and ears often ends up in our minds and hearts, and what’s in our heart will come out in our life. Therefore, our media choices often impact us more than we may imagine.

An excellent choice of what to be filling our minds with is God’s Word. It truly possesses all of the qualities mentioned in Philippians 4:8, and Psalm 1:2-3 says that those who meditate on and delight in the Word of God will prosper in whatever they do! Let’s be intentional about making wise media choices, make sure to spend time in God’s Word!