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You come with power

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When you are a child of God you walk in the power that comes with Him being your father. You walk in the authority He has given you. That means there is no reason to think you can't do what you were born to do. You can do anything He called and chose you to do. You are capable of doing all things through the God who gives you the strength to do them (Philippians 4:13). You have to believe that, because when things get difficult you'll need something to stand on -- to rely on -- a sure foundation of why you are here. We all need that. Things will get challenging and sometimes you will want to give up, but giving up would not be of God. Giving up does not come from Him. Reliance, sacrifice, dedication, and push-through does, because He gives us His power to move. I'm not saying we can move as God. There is only one King. I'm simply saying that we can operate with the power He gives us, because we are His off-spring and we are blessed by association. We can access His power, simply because we live in His kingdom. 2 Timothy 1:7 is proof and so is Isaiah 40:10/11, which says, "see, the Sovereign Lord comes with power, and he rules with a mighty arm. See, his reward is with him, and his recompense accompanies him." You're blessed by God -- walk in His power to make the change you want to see in your life. Then tell others about it. 
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