๐Ÿ“… How do you limit God? – Daily Bible Reading

July 8, 2022

Today’s reading: 1 Kings 19:4

How do you limit God?

We read in 1 Kings 19:4:

23 Then the servants of the king of Syria said to him, โ€œTheir gods are gods of the hills. Therefore they were stronger than we; but if we fight against them in the plain, surely we will be stronger than they.

Itโ€™s quite astonishing how pagan worshipers would limit the true God, Yahweh in the same way they limit their little gods. They have a myopic view of what the Almighty can do and thus, they think that if they fight in the plain, they could win the battle.

Such is the thinking of the pagans. However, the same thinking can also plague us, true believers of God.

We might also be limiting God through our thoughts, words, and actions.

We might think that God is only concerned about one area of our life and thus, we only bring up to Him only a part of our life and not our whole life.

We might think that God can only do miracles in the past, but not in the present. We might think that God can only see joy but not our pain. We might think that our problems are too big for God to handle and thus, we donโ€™t see the need to pray about them.

Friends, are you limiting God just like the pagans? If yes, itโ€™s time to see the true power of the Almighty and let Him work in your life completely and fully.

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