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by Dr Andre and Jenny Roebert
Saturday, 04 May 2019 | Reading taken from Matthew 28:20 (NKJV)
Matthew 28:20 (NKJV): “…I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
We find the Lord reassuring His people with the words “I will be with you”, each time they are faced with a humanly impossible task. Moses had to bring an entire nation of Israelite slaves out of bondage, through a treacherous wilderness, towards a promised land. Joshua faced giants and an impenetrable, fortified city that had to be conquered; and Gideon was grossly outnumbered as he took on a fierce enemy that had tormented his people for years. On each account, these men experienced overwhelming victory by the supernatural hand of God. For the believer, a life filled with challenges and obstacles to overcome is not unusual - but defeat is unbiblical. Before He physically left this earth, Jesus’ parting words were the promise “I am with you always”. History tells us those very ordinary men, receiving that promise that day, were in time responsible for turning the whole world upside down. This same promise holds true for all who have the Spirit of God living inside them. By faith, every impossibility becomes possible, through Him Who is with you - always.