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Even if you're going through anything, you're going to still make it

Today I have more great news for you and that is, you’re going to make it. So just in case there was any doubt, I’ve come to remind you that God never gives us more than we can handle. We can get through anything with Him. John 16:33 says, “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

Are you going through anything particularly challenging today? Whatever you're going through or the challenges that may be in front of you, you can get through them and you will make it. I am confident of that very thing, because those who believe in the Lord’s resurrecting power, know that He is able to do far more exceedingly than we can ever imagine. We just have to trust Him when it seems our back is against the wall; when it seems all the chips are down; and when it seems our life has been turned upside down. I know from experience that you will get through everything that has been a struggle, a challenge, an obstacle, or anything you may be going through. God is the one and only God of any and everything. Don't think He won't bring you through. If He brought me through He will bring you through. Believe Him, listen to Him, read and trust His Word, pray without ceasing, and stay around the people who will build you up. That's faith and God will respond faster than you think and in ways you never even imagined. You will make it.
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