Bi-lingual Evangelical Church in Fuente Alamo
Each one of us has an image of ourselves that defines who we are and what we can do. This image acts like a ceiling or a barrier and can limit what we can accomplish and stifle our ambitions.
For many, life’s disappointments, trials and tribulations have done a pretty good job of knocking the hopes and dreams out of us and left us set in our ways, just accepting our lot and seeing out our time, but if we see ourselves as nobody special, then we won’t be anybody special.
God never created a dud. He sees you as someone very special and no matter what stage of life you’re at, He has a plan for you; a plan that exceeds everything you have experienced and are experiencing now.
Are you overawed by the thought of approaching God?
Do you feel that you are insignificant; that God couldn’t possibly be interested in you? You couldn’t be more wrong and you are limiting God and what He wants to do in your life. You need to stop your small thinking, change the way you see yourself and take the limits off what God has for you. Try seeing yourself as God sees you.
One of the most significant characters in the Bible is Paul. He wrote half the books in the New Testament. Paul was small in stature and not a gifted public speaker, but he didn’t let small thinking limit what God could do through him. Spiritually he was a giant and two thousand years later we are still talking about him and, more importantly, reaping the benefits of how the Lord used Him to pass on His word.
Not everyone is intended to shake the world, but we were created to influence those around us. There is more to life than earning a living, raising a family and growing old. We need to touch those who pass through our lives and leave something that people will miss when we’re gone.
The Lord has more for us than anything we have experienced so far. We need to stretch ourselves. Each one of us has God-given things in us that are intended for others.
Don’t limit what God can do in your life with small thinking. Think big and get closer to where God wants you to be.
I saw a great quote recently. “I don’t want any gas left in my tank when it’s my time to go.”
Our Sunday morning services start at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.
For more information telephone Rachel (English) on 618 963 97 or Pastors Ginés and Toñi (Spanish) on 629 283 080