Romans 12:1-2

Achieving limitless faith, worship, and prayer are only the first steps in the journey that you're on. The end of that journey would see you become a movement of God in your community. It would see a birth of the limitless version of yourself that God intended you to be. Jesus says in John 14:12that you have the potential to do greater works than He could do. One of those potential works is being a move of God here and now for everyone around you. Jesus left His work to you, and only by believing that you are limitless in your capabilities can you answer the call. Being limitless in faith, worship, and prayer is the only way to be transformed into the powerful move of God that this world needs. 

Romans 12:1-2 is a call to leave behind all of the worldly restraints that would hold you down. God made you with the capacity for an incredible transformation, so that you might be the light in the world now that Jesus has ascended to His place at the right hand of the Father. Give yourself to Him fully, let the Holy Spirit fill everything you do, and experience the transformation that will create the limitless you. Jesus gave everything for us, and all He asks in return is for you to throw out the garbage in your life so that you can become limitless. It's funny to think that you have to give up so much to follow Jesus? All He asks of you is to lay down the things that would hurt you, break you, and destroy you. All He asks is that you would willingly become the limitless, powerful, world-changing you that He intended you to be. Who would say no to that? 

Not you, because you know that the God of the universe loves you, created you, and wants you to be a beacon in a dying world. You say you're only human, but the God of Universe says otherwise. He says you're limitless. 

By Faith

Hebrews 11; Matthew 15:21-28

What does it mean to have faith? Faith, simply put, is believing in things not seen. Having faith means you're willing to say, "I didn't see it happen, but I still believe that it did." It means knowing that God has done work even when you can't see or understand it. It means coming to grips with the possibility that you may never see everything that God has promised, but walking the path he has put before you anyway. When you think about it in those terms, you're acknowledging the full scope of God's plan for your life: to live without any limits. 

Faith in its very nature is something that can't be limited without destruction. In faith, God gifted each and every one of you with an incredible ability, a conduit that allows you to channel the power of God into your life. Embracing faith means opening that conduit and allowing God's power to fill you, your worship, and your prayers. Limiting your faith destroys that conduit, and, unfortunately, your relationship with God. Revelation 3:15-16 says, "I know your works: you are neither cold nor hot. Would that you were either cold or hot! So, because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth." In other words, your faith can be unlimited or limited, but not both. A single limit on your faith closes the connection to the power and glory of God. Unlimited faith will bring you closer to God and his power than you have ever been. 

Don't renounce a part of your inheritance as a child of God. You were created to be powerful in your faith. Live it out, with everything, like the many mentioned in Hebrews 11. Live it out like so many did when they encountered Jesus. Who better to remind us that our faith is powerful than Jesus himself when he said, "O woman, great is your faith! Be it done for you as you desire" (Matt. 15:28)

O woman, great is your faith!
Be it done for you as you desire.
— Matthew 15:28