Become a Bigger Christian

“By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.”

– Hebrews 11:3

It’s true that there are many things you can believe in, and there are a lot of affirmations that we make as Christians. However, my guess is that you already have enough affirmations. There is one thing I want most from you today: I want you to believe that you can become more, and you can achieve more. It’s not the first time that I’ve mentioned this, but I love big Christians more than I love big churches. Yes, big churches serve their community well, and I think they’re great. I love it when people come here to worship with us. There is no doubt that the more people who attend church, the more like a party it becomes, right? You want people to show up! There is just something about us gathering together that makes the energy soar. I think it’s fantastic. However, God cares more about big Christians than he does about big churches.  

It is possible for one big Christian to accomplish far more and make a bigger impact than the largest church in the world. It’s been done before. Take for instance, Martin Luther King, among others. It’s our goal to build a big church full of big Christians. It’s the bigger Christian that matters at the end of the day. Friend, the bigger Christian, is the one who relies on Jesus Christ to expand his or her life and experiences. As redeemed people, they can demonstrate the best way to live in a fallen world. Becoming a bigger Christian means having faith and believing before you see. You’ll see, all right, but you believe first before you see the amazing things God can do in your life. Believe you are capable of becoming more and achieving more!


Father, help me to believe that I am capable of becoming more and achieving more.


Are you relying on Jesus Christ every day?

If you’re unable to attend your local church or need some additional weekly inspiration, be sure to tune into Hour of Power every Saturday night at 6:30 p.m. PT on TBN or watch online at  

Receive your daily eDevotional

Don't miss new updates in your email!

3 Responses

  1. Oh yes.Most definitely.I rely on Jesus Christ every day.I ask him for guidance and wisdom.On whether I should return to the Lector ministry, or wait a little longer.I also ask him for help in overcoming my biggest challenges, such as losing weight, and exercising every day.I also ask him for help in, establishing a morning routine, that consists of washing my face, and brushing my teeth.I want to achieve more goals in my life, such as traveling around the world, taking cruises to more of the Caribbean Islands.Going to Hawaii.Seeing all of the Disney Parks.I believe that with the grace of the good Lord, I will accomplish all those.I hope and pray that the Hour of Power will continue its mission of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ to more hungry and hurting people.To all at Shepherd’s Grove at Irvine Presbyterian Church, sending messages of friendship love and peace.To the Schuller family.Blessings of happiness and good health.And to the music ministry.Messages of appreciation and thanks for the glorious music and singing.As always I remain a faithful viewer, and Happy and Wholesome Student in Jesus Christ.May God bless all and our beautiful country,The United States of America

  2. To God it doesn’t matter if we are a big Christian or a small Christian …
    We all have a purpose, big or small, grand or insignificant …
    While I aim to serve God and all God’s children in whatever way I am able,
    I cannot earn my way into God’s good graces — none of us can,
    however it’s our faith (even as small as a mustard seed) that does matter!
    People are definitely more important than buildings, and fellowship among people is important too,
    but regardless of what we do or our accomplishments, God will always love us:
    “I am not what I have! I’m not what I do (accomplish)! I’m not what people think about me!
    I am simply a beloved child of God … which no one can take from me …”

  3. Oh yes I rely on the Lord every second every minute every hour.of my life . I can’t live without HIM or do anything without HIM…
    I wait on HIM !

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *