Nothing is Impossible! 3
“For nothing will be impossible with God.” Luke 1:37
When you see something as impossible and unachievable, ask yourself if you allow God to be involved in the plan. We all have our unique ideas and talents, which God has given us to help each other in different ways. But let’s be honest with ourselves: we cannot control everything at once because we are not capable of doing everything at once as human beings.
Therefore, there is so much thing as impossible to human beings, but with God, as the Bible said, “all things are possible.” God is still God in everything without limitation. God remains the one and only Creator of the creators of things, and He continues to work on His creation. He never changed, but we change.
Isaiah 40:28 says, “Have you not known? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grows weary; his understanding is unsearchable.”
People are always changing. We change our routines, lifestyles, and even God’s plan for our life. I have heard people saying, “I don’t need God in this or that situation…because I know how to live my life without God.” So, they leave God out of their plans. They begin to think outside of God and what He has for them. Not only that, but they will not speak to God to hear what direction they should take. I hope you are not that type of person?
Let me remind you that God is the source of all things. He knows everything about us. He is the specialist to all impossibilities that human being is not capable of doing. There is nothing impossible for God to do, absolutely nothing. You are the only limitation you have if you don’t invite God to be involved in your whole life. Remember, it is only God that can strengthen you in all things. 1 Chronicle 16:11 says, “Seek the Lord and his strength; seek his presence continually!”
1. Lord, I thank you for your steadfast love for my family and me.
2. Oh Lord Jesus, come into my life, take control of every situation, and give me the strength to overcome any obstacle in Jesus’ name. Amen.