Relying on God’s Power, Not Our Own | Philippians 4:10-13


Relying on God’s Power, Not Our OwnPhilippians 4:10-13
Humanly speaking, the apostle Paul had much to boast about—his qualifications are found in Philippians 3:4-6. However, he understood that impressive “credentials” are not what really matter.

Paul rightly saw that knowing Christ and relying on Him are the source of genuine value in life.Writing from places that were lowly in both a physical and emotional sense, the apostle is a triumphant example of how believers should view themselves—namely, as the Father does.

The best way to do that is to recognize God as the source of our power: “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me” 4:13.Many of us know this verse by heart, but have we accepted its truth?

To say “all things” may seem like a bold statement, but it is balanced. The emphasis is not on “I can,” but rather on the fact that I can through Christ—He supplies everything we need to carry out His plan for our life.

This verse is an important confession that we cannot do God’s will in our own power. But that does not mean we should simply sit back and become spectators. As Christians, we have a responsibility to obey the Lord’s leading in small matters as well as in “big” circumstances.

What’s more, it is our hands, feet, body, voice, compassion, and desires that the Father will use to accomplish His ultimate goals for our lives.Obeying by faith can seem frightening, but the comfort zone isn’t where godly people choose to spend their time. To do all things through Christ involves some risks, but you’ll discover that the rewards for obedience are deeply satisfying.



Pastor J.

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