Its impossible. Oh God, I don’t see how I’m going to do this thing you have called me to do.
We never would say “God can’t do” something….but sometimes how we live reflect that very heart attitude. We worry and stress. We doubt and we are afraid. If we really believed that God is going to do what He has promised to do, then a lot of our anxiety, disbelief, and fears would subside.
Living in God’s promises. Living like we really believe God’s promises is sometimes hard. But a life of possible instead of a life of impossible is what we want.
We stay awake, eyes wide open, our heads on the pillow staring into the darkness. We think about all of the finances. We put our budget in categories. We move our monies around to make it all balance out.
God has promised to me meet all of our needs.
We are driving down the same streets. Make the same turns. Feeling invisible. We make the same stops. No one notices if anything is different. Because nothing is ever different.
God promises to see us. He knows the hairs on our heads and cares about our laying down and rising up.
We face a hardship. Something unexpected. Something hurtful. Grief. Hard things take our breath away. We awake in the tragedy and we cannot breathe.
God promises to guide. Nothing is a surprise. He’s got this….and he’s got you.
Nothing small or big is impossible for God.
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