Apostle Grace Lubega
Mark 9:23(KJV); Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.
Our theme scripture is probably one of the most misused statements in the body of Christ. It is tossed around on pulpits, thrown to and fro in church circles and boldly proclaimed with little conviction as to its truth.
We claim that all things are possible but disregard the power of God to heal.
We confess that all things are possible but look at the great things the apostles did and say that they are not for us to do.
We say that all things are possible but when it comes to walking in greater works like Christ promised, we shy away.
God would not have made such a bold statement and not availed the power to perform it. He was not being figurative. He meant it literally. All things are possible.
Is that disease incurable according to the doctor? He says all things are possible and has availed the power to do so. Is that mountain immovable in your eyes? He says, all things are possible and has availed the power to do so.
The problem is not how big that issue is. The problem is that you do not believe.
If you believe, you can move mountains, part oceans, walk on water, heal all manner of sickness and do all things that men have labelled impossible.
Impossible does not exist in the language of God. He has given you the power to erase it through your faith.
So, instead of finding a way to explain away what you cannot do, find a way to build and grow your faith.
FURTHER STUDY: Matthew 17:20, Hebrews 11:6
GOLDEN NUGGET: Impossible does not exist in the language of God. He has given you the power to erase it through your faith.
PRAYER: Father, I thank You for this Word. All things are possible to them that believe and I believe. There is room in my spirit for the impossible. The meditations of my heart are of the things that no eye has seen, ear has heard or have entered into the hearts of men. Nothing is too hard for me. I easily see answers where people struggle to see solutions. In Jesus’ name, Amen.