“…for when I am weak [in human strength], then am I [truly] strong (able, powerful in divine strength)” (II Corinthians 12:10, AMP)
Yes, I am glad to be weak or insulted or mistreated or to have troubles and sufferings, if it is for Christ. Because when I am weak, I am strong. 2 Corinthians 12:10 (CEV)
Selah, pause and think on this. When we stop focusing on our weaknesses and other issues that make us feel hindered in our goals. WHAMMO, God steps right up to the plate and you make a home run.
Have you read this recently? “In the Old Testament, God multiplied the sound of four men’s footsteps and caused them to sound like a mighty army. When their enemies heard them, they took off running. There were thousands of enemy troops running for their lives, scared to death, thinking they were being attacked by a massive army when in fact it was just four people! What happened? God made up the difference.”