"I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13
Beyond the assumption that this includes jumping buildings and raising the dead, the context deals with dealing with circumstance and trails of this life. It certainly does not mean that we sin and do wrong with the strength of Christ as our aide.
And beside the all the futile efforts to convince others of the purity of the King James English, consider what one word being changed would do.
I can "try" all things through Christ that strengtheneth me. Wow, interesting isn't it? But, be honest that is more of how we use this text than we wish to admit. And the results speak for themselves, We find ourselves at the close of day after day as a failure at what we tried. And can not comprehend why God let us down again, because we really tried hard to do what He said.
And therein lies the trouble, we try! That is the effort of law and works. Love and grace submit to the righteousness of God, Jesus. Faith says do. Law says try and fail. It is the difference in looking for our satisfaction and assurance in self or finding it in the finished work of Christ.
It not "try", it is "do". Not "hearers", but "doers". I can do, not try. When this day closes, it will be done, not tried. I may be tried, but in Christ I am done! Rest comes to those that have ceased from their labors. Thank you Lord for the truth for today and ever, "It is finished". Amen.