I Can’t and I Won’t



God’s plan isn’t about what you can’t do; it is all about what you can do. True, you can’t do it all. But you are created to do many things, and to do them well.


Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

Remember the parable of the talents? Don’t bury yours. Say with confidence, “I can, Lord. And I will.”bless confident

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2 Responses to I Can’t and I Won’t

  1. It’s a beautiful promise, taken in the eternal…for me, at the moment, the hope of the temporal is to get through the next ten minutes…and then the next piece of time after that.

    I think I can do this, but everyone has a limit as to what he or she can endure. No hard feelings if I fall, and no thoughts of broken promises, either.

    We are not promised happiness, except insofar as we find it in duty. We are not promised comfort, except that extended to our hearts when they feel they must break. And we are not promised life itself…except that which is eternal.

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