I've officially given up saying what I won't be doing for God. I mean I never said it exactly that way, but someone would say "Hey it sounds like you're going to be a _______", or "You know I think you'd make a good ____", or "You should try doing ______", and my answer would be, naw that's not going to happen. And then a lot of it started happening lol. I'm not saying I'm going to chase every suggestion I'm given, but I will never again, in word or thought, give an absolute "#no" if God hasn't said no already. I mean who am I to tell God what He can and can't do through me. And the same thing applies to you.
We will claim that He is a God of the #impossible, right up to the point where it comes time for Him to do some "impossible" things through us. Don't put any #limits on what God may have for you to do, especially if you haven't heard Him say otherwise. When we do that, it's a form of #selfishness, or #selfcenteredness, because we're focused on our own abilities and desires. News flash: God is GOING to have you do some things you're currently #uncomfortable with. He's also going to have you do some stuff you know good and well YOU can't do. BUT since He dwells in you, when those things get accomplished, you'll know all the #glory belongs to Him.
And hey, think about it like this: if the things God can do in/with our lives were limited to what we are comfortable with and capable of...then we'd all still be headed straight for hell.
But thank God #itsnotaboutus
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