Nothing Is Impossible With God

Written by Sister Colleen Moore on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Posted in Devotional

Nothing Is Impossible With God

I love how God reveals things to us in so many different ways. Last month, God kept reminding me of how He can make the impossible possible. I would see things on TV, hear them on the Christian radio station in the car, through messages at church, or the Bible verse of the day on my TCOJC app. I felt like it was everywhere.

What was He telling me? What did He want me to do? He was reminding me of what He can do and how I need to trust Him. I did have something I had been praying about. He was sending me little reminders. I prayed. I fasted. I trusted Him.

Doubt would try to sneak into my mind, and I would pray and ask God to remove it. We all know doubt likes to weasel its way in. But, it has no place in my mind or my heart. I wanted to completely trust God. I knew He kept revealing to me just what He could do — the impossible.

He walked on water. He healed the sick. He gave the blind man sight. He turned water into wine. He rose from the dead. He is the same today as He was back then. He can do anything!

Whatever I have in my life that seems “too big” to pray for, or even “too small,” it's all the same to God. He knows my heart, and He knows what's important to me. He wants to show me His greatness. Jesus wants nothing more than for me to fully trust in Him.

When I do, it becomes a testimony to others and shows that no matter what it is, God can do it. Let's all share His goodness with others!

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

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Comments (1)

  • Suzanne Beeman

    Suzanne Beeman

    23 April 2019 at 19:15 |
    Thank you for your lovely message today. I have been struggling for about a month on a project and a situation at work. Last night I threw my hands up and said "Jesus take the wheel." Guess what? No surprise He did. With Him on my side, I am making the impossible possible.

    May He continue to watch over you and bless you.


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