Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: potential
Permission To Quit - Steven Furtick Sunday Sermon | January-22-2023. Sometimes, letting go makes space for growth. In “Permission To Quit,” Pastor Steven Furtick reminds us to not let our limitations block our potential.
Unlock Your Heart - Sarah Jakes Roberts Sunday Sermon. Take a look at yourself and ask: “Am I on autopilot, or am I active?” The former is part of a routine that goes through the motions; the latter is a choice to follow Jesus with your heart first. We may be brokenhearted and have made heady decisions in the past, but God is faithful to hear, heal, and help our hearts to maximize our glorious potential. Unlock your whole heart and your miracle will manifest in the mightiest way possible!
Joyce Meyer (December-13-2021) Daily Devotion: Develop Your Potential.
Before the days of digital cameras, cameras had film that had to be taken to a processor or a darkroom for development. Just having the undeveloped film didn’t do you any good. But once you went through the process of development, you had beautiful pictures for yourself and others to see.
It’s the same with you. God placed potential inside you, but just having potential is not enough. Be willing to let God work daily to bring you to spiritual maturity in Him. It takes time and a willingness to let God work in your life to develop your potential, but I guarantee you can make a difference in the world and enjoy an amazing life as you learn to be led by the Holy Spirit rather than by your own will and ways.
Prayer Starter: Father, thank You for the great work You are doing in my life. Help me to continually cooperate with You to develop my potential and the gifts You have placed inside of me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
The Mystery Of Potential - Steven Furtick (August-26-2019) Sunday Sermon. Make sure you stick around for the ending!
Joyce Meyer (August-16-2019) Daily Devotion: Reach Your Full Potential.
I fully believe that reaching your potential is linked to the way you handle adversity. Adversity isn’t always bad. Actually, adversity can be something to be thankful for because God can use it to strengthen you. Winston Churchill said, “Difficulties mastered are opportunities won,” and I wholeheartedly agree.
If you allow difficulties and challenges to frustrate, intimidate, or discourage you, you will never overcome them. But if you face them head-on and press through the adversities you encounter, refusing to give up in the midst of them and move forward with a heart of gratitude, you will develop the skills and determination needed to be everything you were created to be and experience everything God intends for you.
Prayer Starter: I thank You, Father, that I don’t have to give up when I face adversity—I can meet it head-on, knowing that You are always with me. Thank You for Your promise that says, ...He who is in you is greater than he (Satan) who is in the world...(1 John 4:4 AMP). In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Steven Furtick (May-21-2019) Sermon: Your self-image might be limiting your potential. Are you focusing on who God says you are or who you think you should be?
Steven Furtick )- The Truth About Your Potential. It’s easy to see potential in others, but are you able to see it in yourself?
The Power of Potential - Pastor Steven Furtick (Jan-30-2017). In the face of fear and uncertainty, we often stop short in the pursuit our purpose. So, how do we overcome what's holding us back? Learn how to fight past your fears and harness your full potential.