Believing for the Impossible


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With God, something can come from nothing

Iron axe heads don’t swim. Water doesn’t flow from a rock. Oil doesn’t continually pour from a jug. Loaves and fish don’t instantly reproduce. Old barren women don’t have children, nor do young virgin girls. These kinds of phenomenon defy natural law, but they’re second nature for God. The miraculous is His realm, His area of expertise. There’s just one catch: He can’t do these things by Himself. He requires the cooperation of man. Flowing with God in the miraculous can be uncomfortable on our flesh, but God doesn’t mind. Our place of fleshly discomfort is His place of great enjoyment. Learn to work with God to make the impossible not just possible, but a reality.