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Nothing Can Stop God

Did you know that God knows what we need before we ask Him? Yes, it's true. Matthew 6:8 tells us so. And Matthew 6:10 tells us that God's will, will be done on earth as it is in heaven. That means you're blessed to do whatever it is He has for you to do. That means you cannot fail because if God's will is for you to do it and you are going forth in faith, then it is a done deal. Do you understand?

When we start knowing who we are in the Lord, we can walk with a boldness and a confidence that we will be victorious. I am not talking about walking in cockiness or arrogance. Those attitudes don't come from God, because they tend to make one think they are above others and that they are justified in looking down on them. Such attitudes have just the opposite affect. They don't honor God and we can rest assured that God won't honor them, so that's not what we want. We want to connect with the people God wants us to impact in order to make His world better -- for all to see His glorious light. So, yes, His will, will absolutely be done right here on earth as His word says. It's something you can stand firm on. It's something that should give you fuel and fire for your soul that whatever you touch in Jesus name, will turn to gold and make a splash for those who need it most. 

Nothing can stop the will of God. Nothing can stop God.
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