As they say, “talk is cheap.” What we believe about the Word of God is reflected in what we do and not in what we say. If you don’t believe, for instance, “All things are possible to him who believes” (Mark 9:23, NASB), you won’t live accordingly.
The point is that it is only those biblical truths that you believe and incorporate into your life that have the power to Transform your life.
The Bible states some astounding things that are true about and unique to Christians. Living up to them can challenge even the most passionate Christian. Accordingly, we read these profound biblical statements, we quote them, but we may do little to make them our reality.
To give you an idea of what I mean, I will share several of them in this post to underscore their potential to Radically Transform your life.
Four Biblical Truths That Can Transform Your Life
“Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ…” (2 Cor. 2:14, KJV).
Sometimes, situations in our life can look hopeless. But according to this Verse, God causes us to triumph—ALWAYS. When one truly believes this to be true, it will radically transform his outlook to be victorious even during the most very dreadful event in his life.
“All things are possible to him who believes” (Mark 9:23).
I hereby acknowledge the advantages or the disadvantages associated with one’s economic status or educational status or our social status or the lack of these things in life. Believe me, I know what it means when the world tells you that you were born on the wrong side of the tracks to succeed in life.
But I say to you upon the authority of this verse, in Christ, we regard these assets or liabilities in life as highly overrated. They do not define us or where we can go in life; rather, it is our faith in God. If we can believe, all things are possible to us.
“God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind” (2 Tim. 1:7, KJV).
All of us have a degree of emotional fear. It has an appropriate place in our life. But according to this verse, Christians don’t have a spirit of fear. Actually, the word “fear’ in the verse above is from the Greek word deilia (day-LEE-ah), which means timidity or cowardice. Hence, when your life is governed by this verse, it will not be governed by fear, timidity, or cowardice.
“For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds” (2 Corinthians 10:4, KJV).”
Every Christian knows how to fight with the arm of flesh. It is where we have the most experience. It’s what we have done all of our life until we came to Christ. Sad but true, some Christians still fight mostly through the means of the flesh. This verse calls on us, rather, to weaponize ourselves with a far more potent arsenal, including faith, prayer, truth, righteousness, the Word God and the Holy Spirit.
Christians often quote the verses quoted above because of the powerful truths they convey. They sound good to us. Saying them may make us feel strong or deep or advanced. But it is only when these profound truths become your reality that they will radically transform your life.
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