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"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours" (Mark 11:24). Do you know God will enable us to do great feats and accomplish amazing things? When we do that, we will have no choice but to know it was Him. Do you believe it? When we believe God has more for our lives, we will receive all He has for us. That's the bottom line, so we have to start asking and praying for what it is we want and we need to make it happen. Yes, do you know the Lord gives you the power to get all the blessings He has for you? Yes, He really does. It's about believing. It's about faith. But, some people have it and some people don't. Yet, it's the difference between victory and defeat. God gives us the ability to choose. What is it for you? 

This is it, God gives us the ability to do things naturally and He comes in and does the supernatural. But we have to believe it, because that's how He operates. So we have to keep going no matter what, because listen, even when we feel like giving up, He will give us that burst of energy we need. But we just have to believe He's going to do it. Really. It's all about faith. Do you believe that God is going to do what He said He's going to do? That is really the million dollar question for lots of us. If you believe it, continue to go forward with faith. Continue to walk this thing out, because at the end of the day, we're going to need faith for where it is God is taking us. We have to believe that the Lord is going to do it. 
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