Do you ever have those days in your life where everything seems so chaotic and unpredictable, and you want to do something that may help your situation but you lack confidence in yourself? As followers of Christ we must not forget the power that God has placed in us to overcome any obstacles in our life. God wants for us to think of ourselves as strong and courageous and not weak and afraid. The crazy thing is that courage is not an emotion or a lack of fear, but instead it is an inner conviction. A conviction is a fact. God needs you to be convinced of the power that he has placed in your life. Sometimes when dealing with a rough patch in our lives we often ask ourselves “How am I going to do this, I’m just me”? Exactly you are you; and God has given you gifts and abilities that will help you find a solution to every problem. Having confidence in yourself can take you from level 1 to level 100 in an instant, you just have to believe in yourself. You have to learn to see yourself the way God see’s you. That may sound cheesy and cliché but it really does work and it works double time if you have the faith to pair with it. Sometimes life knocks you down and people tell you how you can’t do certain things, but if you walk into your situation a winner and have God on your side nothing can be against you because you’ve already won. Philippians 4:13 says ” I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” think about that verse as you read it, yes it’s short and simple but it truly has power to change your outlook on life. Don’t be defeated by the naysayers and the people who try to bring you down when God has already given you victory, you just have to believe in yourself to reach out and grab it. Be confident in yourself to accomplish the hardships in life but also be humble and help others bring out their confidence as well. Never forget just how important and powerful you truly are, use the gift God has placed in your life and become victorious.
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