The word “limit” when used as a noun connotes something that binds, restrains, or confines; it refers to the utmost extent of something. It is often times used to explain boundary and could also mean something that is exasperating or intolerable.

As a verb, it means to assign or prescribe certain limits to, or place a hindrance on. It also means to restrict the bounds or extent of something; to curtail or reduce in quantity or extent.

Some synonyms include restrict, circumscribe, confine or set bounds for. It implies setting a point or line, as in time, space, speed, or degree, beyond which something cannot or is not permitted to go.

Bringing this home to our study titled “Blessings Without Limits” on April 2, we understand that there’s a life without limits—a transcendent life without restrictions, confinements or boundaries—where you’re at liberty to be all that God has called you to be, have all that He’s ordained for you to have and do all He’s enabled you to do. Now you can achieve anything without recognising any limitations.

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