When you are incarcerated – physically or emotionally – you are stuck, limited and in trouble. When Paul in wrote he was in chains, arrested for the gospel, everything in his surroundings was “limited.” But instead of looking at his surroundings, Paul kept his eyes on the limitless . Paul, kept looking for the open door of opportunity that God would have for him next. He was physically in chains but spiritually and emotionally free. 

Today, no matter what chains may be limiting you or holding you back, remember, we serve a God who’s in the business of setting people free, and He has equipped you with His power. When doors seem closed all around you, when your surroundings look limited, when you feel like you’ in chains, God is still at . He walk with you all the days of your life. Keep your hopes up and keep expecting. Like Paul, for opportunities to be opened to you, look beyond your limits and focus on your limitless God! 

“Pray for us, too, that God will give us many opportunities to speak about His mysterious plan concerning . That is why I am here in chains.” (Colossians 4:3, NLT) 

Let’s Pray 

Yahweh, I choose to take my eyes off of my limited surroundings and focus on You. , I trust that You are working for me, opening doors of opportunity. Thank You God for giving me the power to look beyond my limits, in Christ’s Name! Amen.

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