Don’t Limit Me

I Can Do More Than You Can Imagine

Take the limits off. Do you realize that the power that raised Christ Jesus from the dead dwells in you? Do you know that I am able to do more – much, much more – for you than you can ever imagine? Do you know that I want to? Will you believe in Me the way I believe in you? Take the limits off! Dream with Me! Let your eyes see, your ears hear, and your heart dwell on what I have prepared for the one I love. Your best is yet to come. Only believe.


Your promises are glorious, and I want to walk in every one of them. I want to see things the way You see them. Reveal to me the things You have prepared for me in love. Stir my heart to follow You toward Your perfect will.


  • Ephesians 1:19-20
  • Ephesians 3:20
  • 1 Corinthians 2:9



Change is packaged in many different ways. We face change as we move from one season of life to the next or change leadership positions. Location changes come when we least expect them. Sometimes we transition whole organizations. Many times, we must face change or transition to see that God is in control. But we can get so caught up in the discomfort of change that we miss His blessing.

In 1 Kings Chapter 17 God tells Elijah to go to the wilderness where he’ll be taken care of by birds and can drink from the brook. Being obedient, he did what the Lord told him. He went to the ravine, birds brought him bread and meat in the morning and evening, and he drank from the brook.

Elijah was where God called him to be – smack dab in the middle of a strange transition in his life. There are times you’ll be exactly where God wants you to be, doing what God has called you to do, and you may be vulnerable. You might be lonely, anxious, or scared. Being in God’s will is the right place, but not always the most comfortable.

Elijah experienced this because the brook dried up. What?! The brook that was the source of Elijah’s life was bone-dry? Elijah must have been wondering, “God, what are You doing? You told me to come here and now this!”

Often, when our brooks dry up, we hear God most clearly. He wants our attention and surrender. He wants us to listen.

You can’t change your circumstances or the people around you; you can’t even change you. That’s the Holy Spirit’s job. Your job during your change and transition is to learn to trust the Promiser. Our natural tendency is to jump in and try to control the situation. If our churches aren’t growing, our staff is in turmoil, our building program is behind budget, we aren’t connecting to our new church or our aging parents need more of our time, we try to control those situations. What we are really called to do is trust our Promiser.

Before you get in the truck: Remember the Promiser. Just like He took care of Elijah, He will take care of you. Your circumstances might seem impossible, but your job in the midst of your change is to trust the Promiser.

Read 1Kings 17 – Elijah Predicts a Drought; The Widow of Zarephath; Elijah Raises the Widow’s Son



Daniel 12:2  And many of those who sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt.

Awake to Promise. Awake to Purpose. Awake to Beauty. Awake to Change. Awake to Better. Awake to Dreams. Awake to Creativity. Awake to Million Dollar Ideas. Awake to True Love.  Awake to Growth. Awake to the Living Water.

Awaken our awareness and transform our lives…❤️ #dontsleeponyourself  #Grace #benotdistracted

I pray that your love will overflow more and more, and that you will keep on growing in knowledge and understanding. For I want you to understand what really matters, so that you may live pure and blameless lives until the day of Christ’s return.

Written by: Coco