God’s Strength > Our Weakness


  1. The truest measure of Jesus’ love is that He loves without measure.
  2. The greatest battles are won on the knees.
  3. Tell God how big you problems are, then tell your problems how big your God is.
  4. When you get to your wit’s end, you’ll find God lives there.
  5. Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.
  6. The devil always fights the hardest when he knows God has something great in store for you.
  7. The person who kneels before the Lord can stand before anyone.
  8. You’re born. Your Suffer. You Die. Fortunately, there’s a loophole.
  9. God doesn’t want something from us .. He simple wants us.
  10. God’s plan is like a movie – All the good and bad scenes are arranged together for a good ending.

10 thoughts on “God’s Strength > Our Weakness

  1. Ericka, this is so very beautifully embracing! It inspired me deeply within, as our God is the creator and with him and through him, there is nothing we cannot overcome. Have a wonderful Easter my sister and know your words which always embrace has made my evening beautiful! Spiritual hugs, love and blessings always my sister!

    1. Hello, Wendell – Always such an incredible blessing to hear from you, and to be encouraged by my christian brother. I’m happy to hear that this post ministered to you and spoke to your heart – all inspired by God and all the glorify HIM.

    1. Hello, Jennifer – Happy Easter to you, too! Humbled and grateful this post touched your heart and spoke to you. I give Jesus all the credit for the inspiration .. every post’s intention is to love others, show people His love and glorify Him. Pretty awesome that it’s happening. You blessed me with your kind words, so thank you!

  2. I always love your blog posts! Thank you for reminding us we serve a mighty and creative God. I would truly be honored if you would check out my new blog post called “Recognizing God at Work” which includes a video of photos from Art classes I teach at church. May you continue to be controlled by Spirit-filled creativity and share what He has taught you with others!

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