Daily Devotion


We tend to think about God with the experiences and knowledge of man. The things we believe are possible many times are defined by our limited knowledge. It is true that before the cell phone was invented, nobody went to the store to order one, nor did anyone pray for a cell phone. Before the plane was conceived, it was only fantasy to think about flying from one corner of the world to another. Yet here we are today, buying smartphones and flying to the moon and back.  Now if man has the ability to invent phones and planes, what about God.

Let me challenge you to remove the limits on what’s possible when it comes to God. The things that we all called impossible a few years ago are very possible right now. We actually enjoy them every day and these have been made possible by the wits of man. How about the Lord who created the universe? If man can come this far with our tiny brains and three degrees, how about God? Think about what you have done and what people have collectively done then remember our limited nature.

God is not limited by anything. The impossible is business as usual with God. What the human mind can’t fathom is only entry level for God. The universe as we know out there was created by the word of His mouth. Even the unlimited universe we know inside a human body was created by His word. Now tell me, how can you begin to limit this God? Nothing is impossible with God. Whatever you need is nothing. Your fears are nothing. Your challenges are nothing. Your pains are nothing. Rest your faith and your life in the hands of God who masters the impossible.


 It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.” The disciples were even more amazed, and said to each other, “Who then can be saved?” Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.”


Dear God, grant me the grace to walk in your impossibilites. I believe that in you all things are possible. I am determined that my challenges are nothing, my pains are nothing and my fears are nothing in Jesus’ Name. Amen


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