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Colossians 2:9-10
“For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and in Christ you have been brought to fullness. He is the head over every power and authority.”
Reflections On The Scripture: Isn't it magnificent to know that in Christ we have been brought to fullness? This means our true essence, our real value, our wholeness is found in Him. Jesus, who is the full expression of God in human form, has the ultimate authority and power over all things. And we, connected to Him, can access this incredible fullness because we are in Christ. The majestic power of this verse should instill confidence and courage within us, knowing that we serve a God who is not only ultimate authority but also, through Christ, provides us with richness of life beyond our finest understanding! Every need you have is met in Jesus. He is the source of your strength, your wisdom, and your future. All that God is - His love, grace and power - resides in Christ. And if you are in Christ, then you too, are filled with this fullness. Understanding that we've been brought to fullness in Him instills us with a powerful hope. No dark circumstance, no tall obstacle, no negative report can diminish our fullness, because our fullness is found in He who is head over every power and authority. So, hold your head high today, because in Christ, you are filled to overflow!

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