“My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” Psalm 73:26
We all have a breaking point. There is a level of physical and emotional exhaustion at which time, the limitations of our humanity say, “enough is enough.” No one is truly indefatigable… we all must rest, we all must sleep, even the strongest among us must recharge their batteries. We are not like God, who is limitless in His power, boundless in His might, infinite in His endurance and everlasting in His love.
God is both the immovable object and the unstoppable force whose Kingdom cannot be shaken.Warren Mainard
There is an interesting insight into the word “strength” in this passage. The literal Hebrew word is “rock.” God is the rock of my heart. God is the solid foundation on which I can build my life, able to resist the fiercest storms (Matthew 7:24-27). God is both the immovable object and the unstoppable force whose Kingdom cannot be shaken (Hebrews 12:8). God is the impenetrable fortress and refuge in which our soul can find safety and rest (Psalm 18:2). Say it out loud, “God is the rock of my heart.”
You can never write a bad check when you bank on God.Warren Mainard
We can endure, we can go on, we can rebuild, we can be restored because God’s resources never run out. Our portion of God’s blessings are forever, eternal, limitless and without borders. You can never write a bad check when you bank on God. He will always be enough, and for this reason alone, you will always be enough.