Most homes in America have a tremendous amount of power available to them in the form of electricity. If you use a 100-watt incandescent bulb for 10 hours, you consume 1 kWh of electricity. The average household uses 901 kWh per month.
Priorities and choices dictate how we use this power. The size of the house also plays a part. The bigger it is, the greater the demand. Think small if you want to conserve energy.
In God’s economy, however, we are encouraged to “think big.” God’s power is unlimited, and we are invited to utilize it to achieve His purposes.
How big is your “spiritual house?” The abode of hopes, dreams and aspirations? Are there goals you envisioned at one time, but postponed or abandoned because they seemed “too big?” Perhaps it’s time to tap into God’s abundant resources and revisit those forgotten challenges.
Moses did this when he returned to the scene of his failure: Egypt. This time, he wasn’t relying on his own strength, but on the “I AM” who was sending him to break the chains of slavery. As a result, Moses became the catalyst for the birth of a nation.
Who knows what God can do with your dreams — when you tap into His power?
I will take a second look at spiritual goals I have considered too big to attain, and seek God’s power to achieve them.