Nothing Is Impossible!
Jesus said, “The things that are impossible with men are possible with God” (Luke 18:27).
Jesus also said, “All things, whatsoever you shall ask in prayer believing, you shall receive” (Matthew 21:22), and “nothing shall be impossible unto you” (Matthew 17:20).
The above three verses prove that impossibility only exists in our thinking, and not in God’s reality or the reality that God wants us to walk in and experience.
Faith perceives, sees, and embraces things not seen (2 Corinthians 4:18). There was no flood in sight when Noah built a huge boat in his dry cornfield. All he had was God’s Word that a flood was coming.
Military stone walls had never fallen down flat at the blowing of rams horns and shouting. The Israelites were merely expecting what God promised to happen, and it did (Joshua 6:20).
Undoubtedly, the most difficult part of faith is seeing no immediate change or results regarding what we ask for, but believing God anyway. Without any physical evidence to encourage us and only seeing the circumstances or problems getting worse, we must trust God more than what we see and feel.
We must replace every thought of fear with thoughts of love and power. Every thought of illness with thoughts of healing and health. Every thought of defeat with thoughts of victory. Every thought of failure with thoughts of success. Every thought of death with thoughts of life, and life more abundantly. We must only see ourselves the way God promises, not the way things currently are.
Don’t be moved by the circumstances!