Saturday, February 26, 2011

Your Set Time To Do The Impossible

...For verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you (Matthew 17:20).

I remember years ago, when I heard that the youngest first-class graduate of mathematics in the United Kingdom was a fifteen-year-old, I was stunned. For a moment, I tried to calculate how possible it was for a fifteen-year-old to breeze so quickly through high school. But then, very quickly, it dawned on me that God could do anything.

"What if the kid didn't believe in God?" you may want to ask. Well, in the scripture above, Jesus addressed a group of people and told them nothing shall be impossible to them. This group of people weren't even Christians at the time, for it wasn't possible for anyone to have been born again since Jesus hadn't died and resurrected.

Now, if people who didn't have eternal life were being told by Jesus that they could use their faith for anything, what about you that are born again, having the life and nature of God in you? It therefore means there's no limit to how much you can achieve in life! Understand that you've been called to a life of unending success, triumph and prosperity. You have the supernatural ability to do exploits because you're filled with the Holy Spirit (Acts 1:8). Failure, defeat and the down-life shouldn't be part of your life.

It's your set time to do the impossible. All you need is to be conscious of God's ability in you. Notice that Jesus didn't say, "And nothing shall be impossible unto God," rather, He said "nothing shall be impossible unto you." Think about it: if nothing is impossible to you, it means you can do anything, and be everything God has planned for you to be.

Rather than look forlorn and discouraged when situations challenge your faith, get excited, for Jesus already said nothing shall be impossible unto you. It doesn't matter the strength of your adversaries, refuse to cower or be intimidated. Go on and win today.

I'm a victor in this life. All things are possible unto me, because the ability of God is at work in me. I refuse to recognize limitations, or hindrances to my journey of success, victory and prosperity. I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.

Rhapsody of Realities April 10, 2008
-Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

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