Do not be afraid of your limits. Do not deny them, and do not fear them, for they will be the very points in which you will engage with me in new and fresh ways if you will allow yourself to experience the discomfort coupled with them. In your limits you will experience me in new ways, if you are willing to expand yourself far enough to do so. With these things in mind, do not run from the challenges presented to you, for as they expose your weaknesses and confront your limits, they will simultaneously open avenues in which you will be engage with me in very meaningful ways – so meaningful in fact, you will be radically awakened and transformed (1).
For The Truth is already present and set before you, but you do not always recognize him as such. Nevertheless he is there. With the confrontation of your limits my spirit will begin to redirect your attention and understanding to these boundaries, and help you recognize them. And in recognizing these boundaries and limits you will then be prepared to engage with me in ways in which you have not prior. You will be able to receive what I have for you, new or not. You will be a blank canvas, able to sketch and paint freely, with no limits (2).
So embrace these moments, though temporarily uncomfortable, for they will not put you to death, but will awaken you to life. These moments, though temporarily uncomfortable at times, will awaken you to greater realizations and expressions of truth, both in your present self and circumstances, as well as myself, who I am, and who I am not (3).
(1) 1 Corinthians 14:15, 1 Peter 4:12-13, 2 Corinthians 4:8-11, 1 Peter 1:6-7 (2) John 14:6, 2 Peter 1:12, John 8:32 (3) Romans 8:17-18, Haggai 2:9, Matthew 11:27, John 14:20