I Can’t, But He Can! // The Weekend Brew — 21 Comments

  1. Beautiful encouragement here, Mary. I love that thought: “I can’t, but He can.” My drumbeat is this: “Surely God is my salvation. I will trust and not be afraid.” I repeat it over and over to myself.

    • Thank you Betsy! I am loving your drumbeat also. God is our salvation and starting our day with those words is very affirming. Hope your week is blessed and I’m so glad you stopped by.

  2. It’s funny that you should refer to these important “rhythms” we must have with the Lord, Mary, because I’ve got a series of posts I’m currently working on and am going to be sharing at some point on “Rocky Rhythms” in marriage. But your thoughts on reminding ourselves that “I can’t, but God can!” is so important for all of us–even if we are not up against a huge change like you are, my friend! I’m so excited to see what He does in and through you in this next chapter. 🙂

    • I cant wait to read your series on Rocky Rhythms in marriage. There is always such good information that I can apply to my own life. Those five simple words are such a great mantra for all of us because it points us right back to God every time. It also keeps our focus exactly where it should be. So glad you are here and I love your Sloppy Joe Time videos. Hugs and love!

  3. So glad to read this on this Sunday morning! I feel the need to hear His heartbeat more and more every day. Praying that we can all lean in close enough to hear. Love you, friend!

    • I am praying with you! There are days that God’s heartbeat is one with mine but often I feel the unsteadiness and unbalance of my days. Thank you for being here and for praying that all feel God when leaning in close. Love you!

    • Thank you Nannette! I have been praying for you and your husband as you minister overseas. May your Sunday be blessed and your week full of many “I can” moments because you know God is in charge. Blessings!

    • It is a wonderful mantra to have. I found out today that both of my sons use these words to remind them that there hope is always found in God. Blessed you are here.

    • So glad these words got you started on the right foot this morning. Praying that when the world overwhelms us we remember that God is the answer. So glad to see you hear today.

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