You Know Something

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“…but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits” (Daniel 11:32, KJV) .

I had reached a point of uncertainty in my life and was beginning to doubt myself. “Maybe I don’t know what I think I know,” I questioned. Have you ever been there? What God quietly revealed to me was the exploits I was doing by His grace and power. He directed my attention to the works being done and then He said, “There would be no exploits if you didn’t know Me.”

You may not know everything, but if God is using you in any capacity to transform lives, you must know something. There would be no exploits if you didn’t know Him. Don’t give ear to the enemy. The truth is, you are stronger than you think you are and you know more than you realize. When you find yourself becoming unsure, let God give you peace and quiet assurance in your time alone with Him. You are who God said you are. You have what God said you have, and you can do everything God said you can do. Keep walking with Him even when feel unsure and He will turn your uncertainty into a full persuasion and quiet confidence.

Prayer: Father, thank You for speaking directly to my heart and for giving me the wisdom I need and this point in my life. I may not know everything, but I do know You. And for that reason, I give You glory and receive Your supernatural comfort and peace. In the name of Jesus, Amen.

(Read 2 Timothy 3:14-16)

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