“That He would grant you, according to the riches of His glory, to be strengthened with might by His Spirit in the inner man.”
I would venture to say that there have been times in all of our lives when we just didn’t think or feel as though we had the strength to make it to the next day, or to resist a temptation, or complete a God–given task. This may be the case with you at this very moment. There is strength available to you and me that goes far beyond this natural strength that we tend to rely upon so much. It is a supernatural strength that comes from God Himself and this strength is already resident on the inside of every believer. A key to drawing on it, just like anything else, is by learning how to talk. God says for the weak to “say” they are strong. Paul said when he was weak, that is when the power of Christ would rest upon him. In times of natural weakness we must say that we are strong and we must expect the power of Christ to rest upon us and we must expect to be strengthened with might by His Spirit on our inside. Summon the strength of God by declaring what He has said with your mouth. A supernatural strength will rise up and upon you from within, that will go even beyond your own mental understanding. Put that strength in motion right now by saying, “I am strong and I can do all things through Christ Who strengthen me.” Hallelujah!!!!
Scripture reading: Philippians 4:13; Joel 3:10; 2 Corinthians 12:9-10