God’s Love is Available - Ed Young Television Devotional - 5/13

Ed Young Television Devotional

God’s Love Is Available

He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall… Isaiah 40:29-30

THINK

At some point in our lives, we all pursue power. Whether we seek it professionally, financially, educationally, or any other way, we want to control some aspect of our lives. Yet, the truth is that we cannot control everything. We have limited ability and limited energy. Eventually, we run out of our own strength.

God, though, never tires. His strength is the only thing in our lives that we can fully rely on. And He promises us that when we trust in Him and follow His plan above our own, He will provide us with the strength we need to accomplish what He has for us. In our weakness, we can trust in His strength!

PRAY

Thank God that we don’t have to do life on our own. Pray for the humility to depend on His strength to help you through every situation you face.

ACT

Think about an area of your life where you are running out of strength to do it any longer. Now ask yourself, have you given that area over to God? Are you relying on His strength in the midst of your weakness?

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