3rd June 2014

Nothing Is Impossible

“For with God nothing will be impossible.”
Luke 1:37 (NKJV)

What a statement!! If we just believed this, how different our lives would be!  From birth we are trained to know limitations. You can’t have this. Don’t touch that. Don’t put things in your mouth. You can’t touch fire. On and on the list goes.  As we grow up, it’s actually a sign of maturity to recognize our limitations and learn to live within them. There are limits to everything. It’s a fact of life.

But God has no limits. When we enter into the realm of the supernatural, we have to take off all the limits. We have to renew our minds with the truth that God is not like us. He can do anything.

We have an awesome God whose power is so great that we can’t even comprehend it. He created the universe and it didn’t even tax His ability. Deuteronomy 7:17 tell us, “If you should say in your heart, ‘These nations are greater than I, how can I dispossess them?’”  Yet many times we find ourselves wondering if our situation is too hard for the Lord. We can’t see how even God can pull us through.  The Lord said to Jeremiah, “Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh.  Is there any thing too hard for me?” Jeremiah 32:27  The answer is a resounding NO! The only thing that limits God is our unbelief.

Today, let’s honour God by believing that nothing is too difficult for Him.  Go to him with all your worries.

Father God, please help us to realize that You are not limited like we are and that when we put our trust in You all things are possible.

Study by Allan Frankcom


allanfrankcomAbout the Author:
Allan Frankcom is on the Pastoral Council of the Bristol Congregation of the Worldwide Church of God, UK.  He and his wife, Julie have attended the Bristol Church for over 30 years.

Local Congregation:
Worldwide Church of God Bristol
Emmersons Green Village Hall
Emmerson Way
South Gloucestershire
BS16 7AP

Meeting time: 
Saturday 11:30am

Local Congregational Contact:
Allan Frankcom
Email:  jf007d9991@blueyonder.co.uk

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