All Things Are Possible

All Things Are Possible

Mark 9:21-23 NKJV

So He asked his father, “How long has this been happening to him?” And he said, “From childhood. And often he has thrown him both into the fire and into the water to destroy him. But if You can do anything, have compassion on us and help us.” Jesus said to him, “If you can believe, ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE TO HIM WHO BELIEVES.”

Wow. ALL things.

Are you a believer? Then tell the next person who tells you you cannot fulfill your dreams that he just called the Jesus a liar.


What are your dreams?

Over the weekend, I had a meeting with a man from Kenya, Julian Kyula, the born again Christian who set up a company 4 years ago that helps companies like Airtel, MTN, etc offer airtime credit facilities to their subscribers by helping them buy all the credit upfront, and assisting with tracking the little loans.

From the first time he pitched the idea to the MD of Airtel Kenya to today, they have served more than 200 million clients across more than 20 countries worldwide. He won the IBM global entrepreneur of the year in 2012 for his work – and they are still expanding.

He shared how he uses the Word of God to conquer oppositions in the business world.

The difference between him and any other Christian is simply 2 words – BELIEF and ACTION.

This is faith. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE TO HIM WHO BELIEVES. True belief is shown in your actions…

What is your dream today? I’m here to tell you that you can do it.

You can become anything you want to become.

Just study the Word, BELIEVE it and WORK at it today.

Don’t give up, for you will win.

Lord, I thank You for your grace that is already available for me today. I was born to be a winner, so I work like one. I will be the best. I believe in Your Word. I am an over comer! As I go out this week, I WILL WIN in all I do in Jesus’ Name!!

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