All Things Are Possible With God
“And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.”
You must understand that whatever the devil says will happen in your life will not happen. That includes those things that have been delayed, what the doctors have long written off and what was said to be impossible. Because all things are possible with God. When the devil has finished pressurising and seems to have brought everything to a close, there is a dimension called the dimension of possibility. It raises you to the class of God and pulls you beyond your human limitations. That is the dimension Abraham believed in. The Bible says, “Who against hope”, that is, human hope. In other words, naturally by all medical prognosis there was no way this man would have had a baby. If they were young they would have said it is possible. But they were now very old and there was nothing physically for them to hope on. Abraham, against all human hope, still believed in hope. This is another hope beyond human hope. He believed that he would become the father of nations just as God had said it.
Most times we do not realise that God has always proven Himself. And that is why when the Bible says God cannot lie we do not realise the full import of that statement. We merely have an understanding that God is God, and since He is a good God He cannot do bad things and so He can not lie. But here is what it really means in the simplest term: If your dress is purple and God says it is white it turns to white automatically. This is because our God cannot lie. If He says it then it is already done. The truth is that God’s word defines whatever it is you are confronted with because He has the final say.
God is not corroborating what the devil has said, He speaks and without doubt, it comes to pass. He is not thinking about it, or saying, like we normally do, all things being equal. No, when God speaks, nature gravitates to ensuring it comes to pass. Jesus gave us the example and He went on to say whatever we believe we will see come to pass. When He spoke to the fig tree, He did not sit down to see how the tree will wither, He went His way and the next day, watch it: it was not Jesus who noticed that the fig tree had died, it was His disciples who probably found His declaration weird. Get into the realm of possibility and nothing the Lord has promised you will ever fail. They will all come to pass.
Thank You Jesus!
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