4 Steps to Full Capacity

You were made for full capacity. You were made for more than mundane living. Everyone has dreams and hopes. What steps do you need to take to experience life at full capacity of your potential in Christ!

Step 1: Be focused on God

First put your focus on God. He is the One that has created you. He is the One that can complete you.

“We do this by keeping our eyes on Jesus, the champion who initiates and perfects our faith…” Hebrews 12:2

God will not only author your new beginnings, He will also finish those things that He begins in your life.

“And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work…” Phiippians 1:6

Step 2: Be anchored in wisdom.

Let your mind, will and emotions be surrendered to the wisdom gained from Scripture. Do not chase after foolish interests or flaky dreams. Go for all that God has for you and do due diligence in gaining insight into the fullness of living.

Step 3: Be confident in Purpose

Put your confidence in the purpose that God has created you for. Stir up into flame those passions that you had when you were a young dreamer.  Let your passion be anchored in His passion. You will find our purpose as you are surrendered to His word, His will, and His way.

Step 4: Be bold in Action.

Put what you believe God is saying into action. Don’t fret and wait and never accomplish what God has called you to do. Dive in with a full assurance that your faith is anchored on wisdom and your relationship with God is first in your life.  As you lose your life into His purpose and His zeal you will be compelled into action…. to move forward… to ignite the fullness of who you are in this day and in this hour.

You were born to live an epic life. So begin today by walking in your full capacity.

Author, Speaker, and Pastor

SUE DETWEILER is a mother of six, author, speaker, radio host, and pastor with over 25 years of experience in leadership, ministry and education. Sue and her husband Wayne have recently relocated to southeast of Dallas at Life Bridge Church where everyone's welcome, no one's perfect and anything's possible -- with God!

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