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  • Writer's pictureKami Pentecost

I can't; He can and I think I'll let Him.

Lets start today with a quick prayer before we jump into Galatians 3.

Lord open my heart and ears to your revelation this morning as I read your Word. Help me hear that still small voice. I know the more I read your word the clearer I'll hear your voice.

Now read Chapter 3.


Today I had a couple verses that jumped off the page at me. "But keeping the law does not require faith, but self-effort. For the law teaches, “If you practice the principles of law, you must follow all of them.” Goodness, gracious even today I find myself trying to willpower my way into following Christ according to what my head knowledge is. The older I get the more I recognize that apart from Christ, I am a mess.


The law taught me that I’m not righteous at all and I could not do it if I had to do it by my own strength. Without the law and without that understanding, I don’t think I would appreciate the gift of what Christ did on the cross for me. Here at the age of 44 years old I’m still trying to surrender fully and allow Christ to be my life and allow the Holy Spirit to truly lead me.


Jesus, our Messiah, was cursed in our place and in so doing, dissolved the curse from our lives, so that all the blessings of Abraham can be poured out upon even non-Jewish believers. And now God gives us the promise of the wonderful Holy Spirit who lives within us when we believe in him.”

‭‭Galatians‬ ‭3‬:‭12‬, ‭14‬ ‭TPT‬‬


Lord, thank you for your patience, thank you for your loving-kindness. Thank you that your mercies are new every morning. Continue to teach me Lord how to let you lead. Remind me that your yoke is easy. I know I can be very hardheaded, but ultimately it is a rewiring I need, if you will, to live life not based on my will, but thy will.

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