You can be what you want to be if you want it strongly enough and if you believe in it firmly enough to make it a dominant desire. Supply is an active force, and it is yours if you want to claim it. It goes to those who are alive, and who provide so many powerful magnets to attract it that they can pull it to themselves regardless of what obstacles may arise.
When we understand the supply is ours, we will see the genius Napoleon possessed. First it was his intense desire for power, and then it was his overwhelming belief in his own destiny.
We have to have an intense desire for power and a colossal belief in our own destiny if we are to be anything but dwarfs. Hebrews 11:1 says, “Faith is being sure of what we hope for. It is being sure of what we do not see.” We may not see ourselves to be beings of great destiny, but it does not mean it’s not true. We may not see ourselves to have great power in the Lord Jesus Christ, because of the hopeless states we find ourselves in. The Bible will remain true whether you believe in it or not. The Bible says you have a hope and a future, and the Bible said the Lord has given you power and authority. What are you going to believe in — the temporary situation you are in, or the eternal God who created the heavens and the earth?
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