Wednesday, November 6, 2019




All men are sent to the world with limitless credit, but few draw to their full extent.

Your potential was not given for you to deposit in the grave. You must understand the tremendous potential you possess and commit  yourself to maximizing it in your short lifetime.

Potential is unexposed ability and latent power. What you have done is no longer your potential.

Unless you do something beyond what you have done, you will never grow or experience your full potential.

One of the great enemies of your potential is success. You must never be satisfied with your last accomplishment.

Nothing in life is instant. People think miracles are instant, but they really are not. They are just a process that has been sped up.

God knew that in Adam and Eve there were enough people to fill the earth. That’s the way God works. He knows the potential principle  because He introduced it. It is Him.

One of the greatest enemies of your potential is success. God wants you to maximize the potential He has given to you. You are not yet what you are supposed to be—though you may be pleased with what you now are.

Don’t be satisfied with your last accomplishment, because there are many accomplishments yet to be perfected.

Never accept success as a lifestyle—it is but a phase. Never accept an accomplishment as the end—it is but a mark in the process.

There are many selves within you that lie dormant, untapped and unused.

The minute we begin to settle down and be satisfied with what we have, we lose the possibility of revealing what is really inside us.

People die without getting out their full potential. They fail to use all that was stored in them for the benefit of the world.

What would the world have lost if you had not been born? What will the world lack because you fail to live out your potential? Will you carry songs, books, inventions, cures, or discoveries to your grave?

As the time for His crucifixion drew near, Jesus spoke of the potential principle in terms of His life. He compared Himself to a kernel of
wheat that falls into the ground and dies (John 12:23-24).

People who die without achieving their full potential rob their generation of their latent ability. Many have robbed me—they’ve also
robbed you. To die with ability is irresponsible.

We will never know the wealth God planted in you until you bring it up. There’s always something in you that we haven’t yet seen because
that’s the way God thinks. Release your ability before you die. Use the power and strength within you for the good of yourself and others.

If you want to succeed, strike out on new paths. Don’t travel the worn paths of accepted success.

No man can climb beyond the limitations of his own belief.

Every day sends to the grave obscure men and women whom fear prevented from realizing their true and full potential.

Failure is not the absence of success. Failure is the neglect of trying.

  • God created everything with potential.
  • Nothing in life is instant.
  • Everything in life has the potential to fulfill its purpose.
  • Don’t be satisfied with what you now are. 
  • Don’t die without using your full potential.
  • The greatest threat to progress is your last successful accomplishment.

Source: Understanding Your Potential (Chapter 1) 
Copyright © 1991, Revised Edition 2002 by Dr. Myles Munroe

Understanding Your Potential | Chapter 2

Tuesday, November 5, 2019



“Junk is in the eyes of the beholder. Some look, but others see.”

One man’s junk is another man’s jewel.

It is sad that we use only a small part of our abilities and talents. Most of us have no idea how much talent and potential we possess.

Everything in life was created with potential and possesses the potential principle. 

Tragedy strikes when a tree dies in a seed, a man in a boy, a woman in a girl, an idea in a mind. For untold millions, visions die unseen, songs die unsung, plans die unexecuted and futures die buried in the past. The problems of our world go unanswered because potential remains buried.

Too often our successes prevent us from seeking that which yet lies within us. Success becomes our enemy as we settle for what we have. Refuse to be satisfied with your last accomplishment, because potential never has a retirement plan. 

Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. What you see is not all there is.

Source: Understanding Your Potential (Introduction
Copyright © 1991, Revised Edition 2002 by Dr. Myles Munroe

Monday, November 4, 2019



People generally fall into one of three groups: the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen and the overwhelming majority who have no notion of what happens.

Success is not a comparison of what we have done with what others have done. It is simply coming up to the level of our best, making the most of our abilities and possibilities.

According to Ephesians 2:10, I am God's poem (the literal meaning of "workmanship") enabled by him to walk along the course He has ordained especially for me. Just as Peter was accountable for himself and not John. (John 21:20-22)

Jerry Horner

Only a minute percentage of the five billion people on this planet will experience a significant portion of their true potential. 

Are you a candidate for contributing to the wealth of the cemetery? 

Ask yourself the following questions.

Who am I?
Why am I here?
How much potential do I have?
What am I capable of doing? ...

Within the answers to these questions lies the key to a fulfilled, effective life.

One of the greatest tragedies in life is to watch potential die untapped. 

There’s a wealth of potential in you.

You must decide if you are going to rob the world or bless it with the rich, valuable, potent, untapped resources locked away within you. 

You are more than what you have done.

Source: Understanding Your Potential (Foreword & Preface) 
Copyright © 1991, Revised Edition 2002 by Dr. Myles Munroe

Friday, November 1, 2019


18 “Do not remember the former things, nor consider the things of old.
19 Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it?
I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.
Isaiah 43:18-19 NKJV

41 Then Elijah said to Ahab, “Go up, eat and drink; 
for there is the sound of abundance of rain.”
1st Kings 18:41 NKJV

20 Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, 
21 to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.
Ephesians 3:20-21 NKJV

I'm reminded of a song with the lyrics (as I remember it) below:

Standing in the rain, Swimming in the river
All for God's blessings because I'm a giver
The windows of heaven are now opened up before me
and are pouring out blessings that I can not contain.

We face some challenges because of what we represent; 
a significant link in a chain of blessing.
We go through some things because of what needs to come through us to another.
(‎1 Corinthians 16:9)

The good thing is; in the rain, sweat and tears are washed away.
No amount of sweat or tears can measure up to an abundance of rain. 
(Psalm 126:5-6)

For those planted; with the rain, comes blossoming. 
(Psalm 92:13-14)

This eleventh month, there shall be showers of blessing!

God Bless You!



Freed To Fly; an Eagle's song of freedom after the order of Psalm 124:7, Psalm 126:1-3 & Isaiah 61:3.


When God's Grace opens some doors of opportunity we don't see; 
God's Mercy keeps these doors opened until we notice and walk through them.

When THE WAY steps in, walls become doors;
He's not just "the God of a second chance" but "the God of yet another chance"...Read more

He...started several businesses...with drug addicts and prostitutes...he would...ask them bluntly “how bad are you?”...In most cases, none of them had done as much drugs, porn, slept with or killed as many people as he had. On hearing his story, most of them said “ha? Me I be saint be that o (wow, I must be a saint then)”...One day, he was recounting how he had personally killed about nine people before it dawned on him that the number wasn’t accurate...“I think I must be a god because...people in my vicinity are either killed just before I arrive or just after I left”... Read more