Whether in the natural or in the spiritual realm, when there is no power, it affects you. It affects you, your family, your relationships, and everything around you. The patriarch Abram had just begun his faith walk with God, when all of a sudden, the power went out. There was a famine in the land, a period of extreme scarcity of food that can result in starvation, conflict, and even death. When this happens, you can feel as if your prospects of success are over. You lose hope. You don’t do the things you used to do. You might lie in bed for hours at a time. It is what you do in these moments that become key and will determine whether we go on and thrive or give up and fail. It’s what will determine whether we rise to the occasion or whether we crack and crumble under the pressure. In this message, I want us to look at three things we can do in the context of our walk with Christ to help get our power back.