by L. B. E. Cowman and Jim Reimann
Do you believe that I am able to do this? (Matthew 9: 28)
God deals with impossibilities. It is never too late for Him to do so, as long as that which is impossible is brought to Him in complete faith by the person whose life and circumstances would be impacted if God is to be glorified. If we have experienced rebellion, unbelief, sin, and ruin in our life, it is never too late for God to deal triumphantly with these tragic things, if they are brought to Him in complete surrender and trust.
It has often been said, and truthfully so, that Christianity is the only religion that can deal with a person’s past. God “will repay you for the years the locusts have eaten” (Joel 2: 25), and He is trustworthy to do it unreservedly. He does so not because of what we are but because of who He is. God forgives and heals and restores, for He is “the God of all grace” (1 Peter 5: 10). May we praise Him and trust Him.
~from Sunday School Times
Nothing is too hard for Jesus
No man can work like Him.
We have a God who delights in impossibilities and who asks, “Is anything too hard for me?” (Jer. 32: 27).
Cowman, L. B. E.; Reimann, Jim (2008-09-09). Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings (p. 437). Zondervan. Kindle Edition.Categories: spiritual