Everything Is Possible for God

“Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap the fruit of unfailing love, and break up your unplowed ground; for it is time to seek the Lord, until he comes and showers his righteousness on you.”

– Hosea 10:12

There is a need to believe that everything is possible for God. You don’t have to believe that all things are possible for you, but I encourage you to believe that all things are possible for the God who lives within you. Abraham and Sarah experienced the laughter of victory, rejoicing, and a celebration that God intended for us as well. Over the past two days, I shared their story. When God told Abraham, a 75-year-old man, that he would have a child with his 65-year-old wife, Abraham simply believed anything was possible for God! Sarah was 65 years old and in today’s world, Medicare would have just become available to her. But they had to wait another 25 years! Nevertheless, Abraham believed it was possible! 

Abraham teaches us to become possibility thinkers. Faith begins with that. In the world of Christianity and ministers, my grandpa Schuller once told me that some sow the seeds, some tend the crops, and others gather the harvest. He added that he was called to till the soil of those who became hard, ice cold, and unable to receive the Word of God. He was assigned to soften their hearts so that the Word of God could be planted! That’s what possibility thinking does to our faith.

Friend, the God who believes in you is the one I ask you to believe in. I want you to believe in the dreams that God has placed in your heart. I also encourage you to cast out the doubts, especially those you have placed on yourself. When you think in terms of possibilities, you will be open to the new miracles that God has for you today!


Father, develop my ability to become a possibility thinker.


Are you confident in the dreams that God has placed in your heart?

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