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I can do all things

When Paul wrote this passage he was in chains, having suffered multiple beatings, stonings, starvation, and FELT persecution.

His suffering went far beyond people saying mean things on social media or spreading rumors.

It wasn’t a motivational quote he uttered as he posted a selfie at the top of a mountain.

“I know what it means to lack, and I know what it means to experience overwhelming abundance. For I’m trained in the secret of overcoming all things, whether in fullness or in hunger. And I find that the strength of Christ’s explosive power infuses me to conquer every difficulty. My heart overflows with joy when I think of how you showed your love to me by your financial support of my ministry. For even though you have so little, you still continue to help me at every opportunity. I’m not telling you this because I’m in need, for I have learned to be satisfied in any circumstance.
You’ve so graciously provided for my essential needs during this season of difficulty.”

‭‭— Philippians‬ ‭4:10-14‬ ‭

This morning, may this be your anthem in times of trial but also in times of victory — that God strengthens and supplies you in every circumstance!

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