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No Limits

A short time ago, somebody asked me how I keep coming up with the topics for my blog.

I told her I just get ideas from all over the place. Anything can spark an idea. I told her they come from God and He never runs out of ideas, because He is the Idea Man (June 26, 2016 blog post). It's true. God absolutely never runs out of anything. He has an endless supply of everything.  He is real and His spirit lives on forever.

When we tap into that endless supply of perfection, of course some of that greatness is going to rub off on what we do. It's called the anointing (our special gift/calling from God) that God bestows on us when He wants us to do something with it. When He wants us to bless people in some way. So, as you continue to come to my blog, yes you will see a theme of encouragement, but you will not see a topic or an idea that repeats itself verbatim. You will see many similarities, because my writings are based on God's goodness and how we, as His children, are part of it. And you will also see the ways in which you can enter into His glorious kingdom if you're not a child of the Most High God (Romans 10:1-13). 

God is everlasting and omnipotent, so He is a God whose resources are abundant and limitless. “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,” says the Lord, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty” (Revelation 1:8).

There are no limits to God. None.


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