Maximum Potential

I grew up with a very skewed view of God in a religion that taught me to fear God not revere Him, or at least that was my take away. Nonetheless, I started a relationship of prayer with God at the early age of 8 and I have literally prayed almost everyday since then.

One night, right before I trusted in Jesus and asked Him to be my Lord and Savior, I was at a low point in my life and exhausted. I asked God, what would it look like if I simply stopped praying? Immediately in my mind I saw a camera and the shutter on the camera began to slowly close. Once closed there was complete darkness. That was enough of an answer as if God had verbally spoken to me!

Plérophoreó is God’s power bringing the believer to maximum potential “matching” their true knowledge of Him. Properly it means bearing (wearing) the work of God to the fullest extent, to the full capacity of the individual believer who is fully persuaded by Him. (biblehub.com)

Over the years my true knowledge of God has changed drastically. I no longer fear God in an unhealthy way and I am continually learning what it means to revere God; to properly honor him with all of me. My actions, my words and my thoughts.

I want to be fully persuaded by Him. I don’t want the fears or greed or temptations of this world to encroach on my life. That takes work on my part. I have to be willing to choose to make time for Him.

In what ways do you make time for God? This isn’t a rhetorical question. I would love to hear in the comments how you journey through life with Jesus by your side.

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Author: Terese

Terese is a wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. Best of all a daughter of the King! Terese is a Bible study teacher and speaker. One of her passions is investing in the lives of other women and encouraging them in their identity and authority in Christ. Terese is a life long student of God's grace. Follow her on and Instagram @terese_belme_author

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