{Mark 10:27; ESV}
Jesus looked at them and said, “With man it is impossible, but not with God. For all things are possible with God.”

Your religious life is every day to be a proof that God works impossibilities; your religious life is to be a series of impossibilities made possible and actual by God's almighty power. That is what the Christian needs. He has an almighty God that he worships, and he must learn to understand that he does not need a little of God's power, but he needs– with reverence be it said– the whole of God's omnipotence to keep him right, and to live like a Christian.

The whole of Christianity is a work of God's omnipotence. Look at the birth of Christ Jesus. That was a miracle of divine power, and it was said to Mary:”With God nothing shall be impossible.” It was the omnipotence of God. Look at Christ's resurrection. We are taught that it was according to the exceeding greatness of His mighty power that God raised Christ from the dead.

~ Andrew Murray, Absolute Surrender

Questions to Consider

  • How have you experienced God's power at work in your life?
  • What obstacle do you have in your life that seems to be impossible to overcome? Do you trust God's power to help you conquer it?
  • Has your life been a testimony to God's ability to do the impossible?


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