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What is Impossible For You?

There is nothing impossible for us if we believe. The thing is, some of us are not deep believers anymore if ever we were. Which makes it hard to believe we can do anything.

But you see, the secret is who we are believing in. If it is us, then that may be our problem. We have to believe in Him. Jesus. 

Why? Because He said, "If you can believe." Everything is possible for Jesus. He doesn't beg us to believe Him or in Him. He just said, "If you believe."

If you do believe in Him, then all things are possible. In our weakness He is made strong. Our faith could be weak, if we do not use it often. But if we can just step out in faith, even though it is weak, we will find, we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. (Philippians 4:13)

Trust Him, believe in Him.

Prayer: Lord, sometimes our belief is weak and before long our trust seems to sag. Today I ask you to shore up our trust in you and strengthen our belief in your word that All things are possible to him who believes. In Jesus name. Amen


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