The past weekend at our church we sang the song More than Able. If you’ve never heard it, click on the link and listen to it. It’s an encouraging song about remembering what God has already done in our lives and believing for the miraculous things He’s able and will continue to do.
I don’t know about you, but there are times I wonder when the evil in this world will be stopped, or when the things I’m desperately asking God for are going to come to pass. I know God is good beyond a shadow of a doubt, yet I still sometimes find myself saying, “Why Lord?” But last weekend, as I joined my church family in singing More than Able, I found myself rising up in faith and believing for the impossible. As we sang, I found myself inserting miracles I’m praying for. Let me explain.
The words in this song repeat themselves A LOT. The chorus repeats You are more than able three or four times and ends with Who am I to deny what the Lord can do? So, as I sang, it sounded like this (I mean the parts that I added, I only added in silent prayer, but you’ll get the idea:
You are more than able – to rescue children from human traffickers
You are more than able – to get food to the starving people in the world
You are more than able – to set people free from addictions
You are more than able – to miraculously heal us from our ailments
Who am I to deny what the Lord can do? Because He DOES work miracles. I have seen it happen time and time again.
What’s on your list of things you wonder if God will help you with? Finances, disease, a broken marriage, job loss, addiction??? Ask Him! Ask your friends to pray alongside you. God IS able, MORE than able, so don’t ever hesitate to ask for the miracles you need in your life thinking that it’s impossible. And please, if you are struggling and need someone to lift you up in prayer, shoot me a message or leave a comment here, and I’d be happy to pray for you.
“Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.” Ephesians 3:20