• John Kim

Tony Robbins

Matthew 14:17 “We have here only five loaves of bread and two fish.” My mom once said to me that she noticed an interesting pattern across the many churches she had visited in her lifetime. “Broadly speaking, there are some that interpret the bible very literally, and some that interpret the bible a bit more figuratively. What’s very clear is that those churches who hold a literal interpretation clearly see more signs and wonders in their midst than other churches.” In my worldview, what you believe is a choice whether you realize that or not. If we have a choice to believe something that leads to more miracles, why would we not choose that framework? Even modern day self-help gurus like Tony Robbins understand the power of thinking big. So if it makes sense to believe in the power of attracting abundance, doesn’t it make all the more sense to believe in the power feed 5000, to walk on water and to raise the dead? Lord I choose to believe in you today. I invite you to challenge me. I want to think bigger, to have more faith, and to see more miracles in the lives of those around me. In your son’s name, Amen.

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