Stop Striving Right Now: Becky Kiser’s But God Can

In today’s fast-paced world, Christian women are often caught in a whirlwind of societal expectations that demand perfection in every aspect of life. This overwhelming pressure can lead to a never-ending cycle of striving and self-help empowerment that leaves little room for genuine spiritual growth. But God Can by Becky Kiser offers a refreshing alternative, you don’t have to be enough because God is more than enough.

On your own, you can’t, but God totally can. It’s a book that empowers you to stop striving and start living a purposefully abundant life through the mighty power of Christ.

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Finding Freedom from the Hamster Wheel of Life

But God Can addresses the common struggle among Christian women today, feeling like your on the hamster wheel of life. Becky Kiser uses her experience as a Bible teacher and life coach to provide life-changing strategies that help women break free from societal pressures.

This book shines a light on the truth that we are not meant to be enough on our own because, in Jesus Christ, we have someone who is more than enough.

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This realization is not just good news; it’s the gospel message delivered in a way that resonates deeply with anyone longing for a real difference in their life.

Embrace the Good News with New Truths

As you dive into the pages of But God Can, you are invited to replace lies with new truths. Kiser’s unique skills as a life coach and her deep understanding of the Bible help readers identify the false beliefs that hold them back.

Each chapter serves as a stepping stone toward embracing the good things God has planned, leveraging the power of Christ to transform your life.

Life-Changing Strategies for a God-Honoring Life

One of the most compelling aspects of the book is its practical, actionable advice. Kiser doesn’t just talk about theoretical concepts; she lays out clear, realistic strategies that make a tangible difference. These strategies propel women towards a life of deep purpose and joy, characterized by god-honoring actions and decisions.

Engaging with the “Hearers and Doers” Podcast

In addition to the book, Becky Kiser hosts the Hearers and Doers podcast, a valuable resource for anyone eager to deepen their faith. The podcast complements the themes of the book wonderfully, offering interviews and insights that help listeners apply the gospel message in real-world scenarios..

Journaling Prompts, Questions, and Challenges

Each chapter of But God Can is designed not just to be read, but to be interacted with. Kiser presents journaling prompts and questions assisting readers to reflect  and digest their newfound knowledge. The challenges presented promote spiritual progress in each chapter.

 These elements make the book a dynamic tool for personal and spiritual growth.

Prayers for Empowerment

Kiser provides prayers for readers at the end of each chapter and sprinkled throughout. These prayers are designed to empower and open doors for God’s work in their lives, emphasizing the belief that while we can do much, God can do so much more.

“But God can do absolutely anything ; of this I am certain.” Becky Kiser

Dealing with Failures and Triumphs

Kiser’s book explores handling failures and triumphs. She reassures readers that their failures do not disqualify them; rather, they bring greater glory to God. This perspective sees setbacks as divine intervention for spiritual growth.

“Your failures don’t disqualify you; they bring greater glory to God.” Becky Kiser

Practical Tips for Everyday Spirituality

Kiser offers valuable guidance for incorporating the divine into daily life. She suggests simple yet profound actions like praying while folding clothes, praying for those you see on social media, and blessing others through emails and texts. Transform the mundane into the divine with these suggestions.

Navigating Life’s Challenges with God’s Help

Kiser doesn’t shy away from discussing the hard truths about life’s unpredictable nature. She acknowledges that while sometimes God makes a way out, other times He simply sustains us through our trials. This honest acknowledgment equips readers to expect both favorable and unfavorable outcomes, cultivating a steadfast belief in God’s divine plan and trusting in His promises.

“Sometimes He makes a way out and other times He simply sustains us through.” Becky Kiser

To further inspire and encourage readers, the authors But God Can incorporates several powerful Bible verses that highlight God’s mighty power in challenging times. Here are some additional verses that illustrate But God can verses:

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But God Can Bible Verses

  • Genesis 50:20 – “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.”
  • 1 Corinthians 2:10 – “But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God.”
  • Acts 2:24 – “But God raised Him from the dead, freeing him from the agony of death, because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on Him.”
  • Ephesians 2:4-5 – “But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved).”
  • Romans 5:8 – “But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
  • Psalm 49:15 – “But God will redeem my soul from the power of the grave, for He shall receive me.”
  • 1 Samuel 23:14 – “David stayed in the desert strongholds and in the hills of the Desert of Ziph. Day after day Saul searched for him, but God did not give David into his hands.”
  • Genesis 20:3 – “But God came to Abimelech in a dream by night and said to him, ‘You are as good as dead because of the woman you have taken; she is a married woman.'”
  • Acts 3:15 – “You killed the author of life, but God raised him from the dead.
  • Psalm 73:26 – “My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.”
  • Acts 13:29-30 – “When they had carried out all that was written about him, they took him down from the tree and laid him in a tomb. But God raised him from the dead.”

These verses, some of which are highlighted in Kiser’s book, along with others added state the undeniable truth that no matter our struggles or failures, God’s grace is always sufficient.

​Final Thoughts

But God Can by Becky Kiser is not just a book—it’s a journey alongside a friend who understands the challenges Christian women face today. By embracing Kiser’s guidance and applying the insights and practical tips provided, readers can learn to let go of self-sufficiency and embrace the boundless possibilities that come with trusting in God. This book promises not only to inspire but also to transform, making a lasting impact on anyone who dares to believe that with God, all things are truly possible.

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