One of the most powerful and perhaps, most popular verses in the Bible is found in Philippians 4:13:
The problem is that a lot of people have the wrong understanding of this verse and as a result, misapply them in their lives.
As inspiring it may sound, Philippians 4:13 doesn’t mean that you can do anything and everything that you want to do.
First off, if you read the whole chapter, the context is clear that Paul was saying that he can endure any suffering as long as Yahshua or Christ is strengthening him!
It’s not about us doing whatever we want and invoking Christ’s help so that we can achieve anything we want in life.
Moreover, Philippians 4:13 tells us that we can do anything and everything as long as Yahshua gives us the strength we need.
Philippians 4:13 is not about having financial abundance. It’s not about doing what we want. Most importantly, it’s not about bending God to our will.
Video of the week
Are wildfires a curse from God? Is God the one who is causing wildfires to punish people? Can a loving God really allow wildfires to destroy, injure, and kill?
In this video, let us take a look at the truth about wildfires. Discover not just what the Bible says about wildfires, but also about natural calamities and sufferings here on earth.
Daily Bible Reading
You probably have already learned that I started the Daily Bible Reading. This is a program that typically includes a 1-minute, full-of-inspiration blog. If all goes well, I plan to publish every day.
If in case you missed the daily blogs in the past few days, here are the 1-minute blogs from the Daily Bible Reading so far, from March 27-31:
- Den of thieves
- Is love a choice or feeling?
- Wearing God’s Clothing
- Israel’s adultery
- God of mercy and justice
I have just released a free booklet entitled, “Who is Satan?“
Books for Greatness
Here are some of the best blogs from my other website, Books for Greatness:
- 10 Time Management Hacks That Insanely Successful People Do
- Top 10 Best Success Books that Guarantee You an Awesome Life
- 7 Irrefutable Marks of a Highly Successful and Effective Team
There you have it, that’s the week in a glance. I pray that you have a wonderful and great week ahead!
May the Father keep you and help you, Joshua.
Until He comes,