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by Dr Andre and Jenny Roebert
Monday, 06 May 2019 | Reading taken from Luke 1:37 (TPT)
Luke 1:37 (TPT): "Not one promise from God is empty of power, for nothing is impossible with God!”
We often limit God’s involvement in our lives when we base our prayers on what we see in the natural. As long as our eyes are fixed on the circumstances that seem impossible to overcome, our faith remains limited. But when we deliberately choose to spend time with God, in His Word, we begin to set our sights on things that are not of this limited world. We understand that there are spiritual resources at our disposal, ready to be dispatched to make what is naturally impossible - supernaturally possible. It was naturally impossible for Mary to conceive the Son of God, Who would take away the sin of the world. But her eyes weren’t focused on the natural the day she accepted God’s promise. Even though she couldn’t see how the details would unfold, she chose to place her faith in what God said, and embraced His Words in her heart and soul - refusing to entertain the natural impossibility of it all. To remain trusting in an unlimited God Who chooses to accomplish the impossible in and through us, we daily renew our minds to His Word; and allow it to dominate everything we perceive in the natural. This is how we do the impossible - through faith that’s without limits.