I'll Say Yes
“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us….” (Ephesians 3:20 NIV)
We said, “Yes,” to Christ when he came into our hearts. Now, as Christians, we have to say, “Yes,” to his will for our lives. That starts with spending time in prayer and in his Word, and spending time with other believers.
Perhaps in a prayer meeting God once put an impression on your heart; maybe something was spoken into your life years ago — confirming your desire to be a prayer warrior, to gather friends for a Bible study, or to be a missionary. God is telling you, “I have not forgotten.”
“I’ll say, ‘Yes.’” That’s all God wants from us. But we hold back, not knowing how it will all work out. “How can God bring this about if I don’t have the education? If I’m too old? If I’m too young? If I’ve made so many mistakes?” Just say, “Yes,” to God. Let him take care of opening the right doors and closing the doors that are not of him.
Today he may be saying to you, “You know what I have called you to do.” Say, “Yes,” to him, and it will open a door of usefulness and blessing and fulfillment in your life that you could never have imagined.
Read Ephesians 3:14-21.