Limiting oneself refers to something that you make that limits you, whether it be physical or mental.
It is not necessary to have a strong feeling of self-confidence in every aspect of your life; there will always be certain things you are simply not very good at and others where you will flourish.
The main thing is to have self-confidence in the things in your life that are important to you and a strong feeling of self-worth in general.

Don’t Limit Yourself Bible Verse

God’s potential is not limited to our ability to think.
My thoughts are not like your thoughts and my ways are far beyond anything you could comprehend.
For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than yours, and my thoughts higher than yours.
For we are made in the likeness of God, and we are not to be limited-we can do all things through Christ has strengthened us.
We should not limit ourselves circumstantially.


Matthew 25:23

His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.-
Matthew 25_23 KJV
A specific businessman left his company in the hands of three employees while he went on a trip. He gave the three people money, with the amounts varying according to their competence.
The first two individuals worked hard and profitably and refused to limit themselves, whereas the third man did not he accomplished nothing.
He believed he couldn’t do more. When the owner arrived, he was pleased to see that the first two employees had done an outstanding job, and he congratulated them by giving them extra duties.

What the Bible Says about Limiting Yourself

What does the Bible say about us limiting ourselves? How you view yourself, talk about yourself, and express yourself eventually becomes your reality.

The ability to adapt to challenging situations without limiting ourselves.


When confronted with stress, adversity, or tragedy, you still feel hatred, despair, and anguish, yet you can function.

Self-worth should be about appreciating your innate value, which relates to what you can achieve, rather than judging yourself solely on external acts.


How you view yourself, talk about yourself, and express yourself eventually becomes your reality.

Do not take What is not yours Bible Verse

The word steal is derived from the Hebrew word “ganab,” which means to steal or mislead; the derivation of the word steal is to take and carry away without permission.


When the Lord issued this command, the children of Israel had just been freed from Egyptian slavery, because they didn’t have much property, one may think that it didn’t matter because of the Israelites’ position.

But, it was also, that David noticed Bathsheba from his balcony and wanted her for himself and  David had Bathsheba’s husband, Uriah, slain on the battlefield, Unfortunately, David’s ideas became acts, and Uriah was killed in battle.


Not only do we not need to steal from others, but we also do not need to take from God. Will a man defraud God? You, nevertheless, have plundered Me.

But you ask, whither have we taken Thee? In the form of tithes and offerings. You have been plagued with a curse because you have plundered Me, even this entire nation.

Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be nourishment in My house, and show Me now, says the Lord of hosts if I will not open the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing so great that there shall not be space enough to receive it ( Mal 3:8-10)

In the words of  John MacArthur, ‘You are the only Bible some unbelievers will ever read.” John MacArthur”. We are all called to be role models for those around us.

Joshua 6:17

And the city shall be accursed, even it, and all that are therein, to the Lord: only Rahab the harlot shall live, she and all that are with her in the house, because she hid the messengers that we sent.-

Joshua 6:17 KJV

Joshua 6_17 KJV

As stated in Joshua 6, God had delivered Jericho into the hands of the Israelites.

The major challenge to the Israelites as they made their last preparations to take control of Canaan land, which the Lord had given them, was not an outside opponent, but corruption from within.

The Israelites were told to destroy everything in the city save Rahab and her family, as well as gold, silver, bronze, and iron.

The metals were to be “holy to the Lord” or “devoted” to Him and placed in the tabernacle treasury.

Jericho was to be demolished entirely, and the Israelites were to take no spoil.

However, during the devastation and possession of Jericho, one Israelite called Achan rebelled and seized the treasures for himself, and “the Lord’s anger was aroused against the children of Israel” (Josh. 7:1).
Joshua was unaware of Achan’s actions or that his presence in the camp had led the Lord to remove His help for the people as Achan hath broken the commandment; he took what did not belong to him.

Do not do to Others what you do not want to be done to yourself Bible Verse

The Golden Rule is the notion of treating others in the same way that one would like to be treated.

This guideline may be found in various forms in the teachings of most religions and creeds throughout history.

Some faiths consider it an ethic of reciprocity, however, other religions approach it differently.

In a well-known Torah text, a law of reciprocal altruism is articulated affirmatively.

You shall not exact revenge or hold a grudge against your relatives., I am the LORD, and you must love your neighbour as yourself.

Leviticus 19:18

Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself: I am the Lord.-

Leviticus 19:18 KJV

Leviticus 19_18 KJV

During his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus of Nazareth declared the “Golden Rule,” which he defined as the second great commandment.

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you, is a common English phrase.

The Old Testament has multiple positive applications of the Golden Rule: Thou shalt not vengeance, nor carry any malice against the offspring of thy nation, but thou shalt love thy neighbour as yourself.

Alternatively, in Leviticus 19:34: However, treat them as you would your own citizens.

Love foreigners as much as you love yourselves since you were once strangers in Egypt, My name is the Lord your God “.

Do not let Your Youth Bible Verse

There is no commonly accepted international definition of youth.

However, for statistical purposes, the United Nations defines youth as individuals aged 15 to 24 years, regardless of any different definitions adopted by Member States.

The flower of youth never appears more beautiful than when it bends toward the sun of righteousness.- Matthew Henry Do not let your youth be despised.

1 Timothy 4:12

Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.

1 Timothy 4:12

1 Timothy 4_12

Timothy was most likely in his 30s when Paul wrote this letter, although he was a youth in contrast to Paul and most likely to many in the Ephesian community.

The remarks to Timothy are also a source of inspiration for all younger believers across the world.

People tend to look down on more youthful generations just because they are young and inexperienced.

Young people, according to Paul, might counteract this propensity in their elders by paying attention to their own character.

A young Christian may and should lead by example and point others to God as Paul was not encouraging Timothy to exalt himself.

So the Bible in Ecclesiastes 11:9 writes, Rejoice, O young man, in your youth, and let your heart cheer you in your youth.

Walk in the paths of your heart and your vision but know that God will judge you for all of these things.

What does the Bible say about no Limits?

Now to him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly over and beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, we pray.

The term beyond is used in the definitions and descriptions of limit.

This might reference a border that no longer exists, a measure that cannot be surpassed, or a quantity that cannot be quantified; everything about God is beyond our comprehension, including our expectations and thoughts.

The Bible emphasizes that God’s potential and capacity have no bounds.

Psalm 46:5 KJV

God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved: God shall help her, and that right early.-
Psalm 46:5 KJV

Psalm 46_5 KJV

Self-limiting refers to something that you make that limits you, whether it be physical or mental.
The “Her” mentioned here is metaphorical, it represents Jerusalem, the City of God’s People,
just as scripture asserts that God’s presence would assure Jerusalem’s safety.
This Psalm of David may have been inspired by the miraculous Assyrian invasion that saved Jerusalem from destruction.
God Most High, makes his habitation holy (his people) as God is with his people.
God will assist her with his face, ensuring that the city (God’s people) is never shaken, disturbed, or pushed off balance.

Don’t limit God’s Sermon

The Bible begins in Genesis with a demonstration of God’s unparalleled might in creating Heaven and Earth, as well as everything in them.

Throughout Scripture, God demonstrates His tremendous might.

When the Bible refers to God as “great, it is a label of such vast extent and ultimate dominance that it is beyond our human comprehension of accomplishment or capacity.

But, how can we try to describe a God that is indescribable? So we sing, who is like unto Thee O Lord.

Who is like unto Thee? Glorious in majesty, faithful in acts, doing wonders- hallelujah! What a limitless God!

Mark 16:17-18 KJV

And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.

Mark 16:17-18 KJV

Mark 16_17-18 KJV

Do not limit God to simply healing via apostles.
In reality, all Christians have the honour and privilege of laying hands on the sick and seeing them heal.
For we are far above principalities and powers being seated in heavenly places and made in the likeness of God.

Malachi 3:6 KJV

For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.-
Malachi 3_6 KJV
Do you believe in miracles solely in “Bible days,” or do you believe in miracles today?
Neither God the Father nor His Son, Jesus Christ, has changed.
They performed miracles among the people in ancient times, and they continue to do marvels in present times.
Remember that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
Jesus performed miracles in the first century; He is “the same today” and continues to do miracles in the twenty-first.
There are no limits to what God can do.
To what extent is God able to do this? The Bible says “exceedingly abundant, above all we could ever think or imagine.

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