Rhapsody of Realities Audio July 24 2023 By Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (Christ Embassy)
Theme: Actuate Your Potential
We are God’s workmanship, created with limitless potential in Christ Jesus. To fully actuate our potential, we need to trust in God’s Word, embrace our true identity, and let go of any limitations holding us back. By relying on the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the inspiration of God’s Word, we can run our race with determination, fulfilling our calling and purpose in Christ. Let us strive to unleash the power within us and live up to our fullest potential for God’s glory.
- Potential is the latent ability and hidden power within us that hasn’t been fully developed or actuated.
- It refers to what we could be and do but haven’t yet achieved or utilized to its fullest extent.
- Many people have lived and died without realizing their potential or fulfilling God’s dream for their lives, which can be a great tragedy.
- The Word of God reveals our true identity and potential, showing us that we are created in Christ Jesus for good works ordained by God.
- Like a seed that falls to the ground and dies to bring forth much fruit, we need to let go of our limitations and embrace our full potential in Christ.
- God intends to hold us accountable for our potentials, and at the judgment seat of Christ, we will see what we could have become and achieved but didn’t.
- We must make up our minds to become everything God has chosen us to be and trust the Holy Spirit to help us live up to our fullest potential, fulfilling our destiny and calling in Christ
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