Impossible? Nothing!

I know I have it backwards. I was just trying to get your attention. The angel explained to the Virgin Mary that she would have a son because nothing is impossible with God. She would go onto witness the impossible made possible over and over in her son’s life. Water was turned into wine, 5000 were fed with just 2 fishes and a few loaves of bread, the blind received sight, the lame walked, Peter walked on water and Lazarus came back from the dead.

Christmas teaches us that nothing is impossible with our God. A poor maiden from Nazareth gave birth in a manger to the King of Kings, the savior of the world. Wise Men led by a supernova knelt and worshipped this obscure child. Shepherds heard a choir of angels. This child confounded the temple priests. His heavenly Father resurrected him after three days and then turned the world upside down through 12 simple disciples.

NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH OUR GOD. Whatever you are facing, give it in faith to our God. Imagine God taking over, making things right and trust God for a complete and thorough response to your prayer. Be open and receptive to the answer God delivers even if it does not match your expectations.

NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH OUR GOD. Your marriage maybe on the rocks, the fun is gone, the future bleak. Your kids are impossible and rebellious. Your job is tenuous and your finances shaky. Turn it all over to the Christ of the manger. He changes lives, heals the sick and brings hope in our generation too!

NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD. Maybe your church is struggling with finances like mine and almost everyone I know. Call on the God of the impossible to rescue and raise up your church. Expect him to do it. Show up in worship this week expecting a blessing and for lives to be touched by the grace of God. Throw yourself into Kingdom service without doubting your abilities and the results – God works in mysterious and wondrous ways.

Tell someone this week: NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH OUR GOD.

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