God does not only do the impossible, He also beautifies impossible things. It was a barren woman that gave birth to Samson. Who would have thought that a mighty man of war would be born by a woman who had no womb? She had no womb, but with God, she still had potentials to give birth to a deliverer. With God, we have potentials to do things that may currently be impossible to us. You may have just five loaves and two fishes, but with God, you have potentials to feed five thousand people. Didn’t your Bible say “with God, nothing shall be impossible”.
Don’t weep over what they say you don’t have or what you can see you don’t have, because if you still have God, then you can still have the best of those things. Samson’s mother was barren, but she eventually had the best son in their land. David may not have been the best swordsman, but he still killed Goliath with his sling. The widow of Zarephat was about to eat her last meal and die, but with God, that last meal lasted for a long time. What I’m saying is, if your skill or gift hasn’t gotten you what you need, then it’s time to engage your God. For with God, nothing shall be impossible.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; DON’T LIMIT YOUR LIFE BY WHAT YOU HAVE OR DON’T HAVE; IF YOU HAVE GOD, THEN YOU CAN BE SURE TO LIVE AN UNLIMITED LIFE . Have a most fruitful weekend, in Jesus precious name!
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