Can’t

wont cantWe hear it all of the time, the same sad, old refrain that has echoed throughout the ages I Can’t. Sometimes it means “I don’t want to” or “I won’t”, but in other instances it truly means just what it says: I can’t. I’m not physically, mentally, financially, or any other -ly able to do what we need or want to do. God’s song of hope, on the other hand, is  just the opposite; I can and I will. Click on the arrow below to listen to Sunday’s message by Pastor Marlan and learn how you can tap into God’s power and exchange your “I can’t” for God’s victorious “I can”.

 

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