Have you ever felt bound by limitations or impossibilities? How would your life change if you had no restrictions, boundaries or obstacles to your faith?
I just found this blog from 2014. It’s a great word! And I have to repost it. It’s really encouraging to read this and see where I was and where I am now in my faith and belief. Ecstatic to say I have grown leaps and bounds, I really have entered into a lifestyle and belief system of limitless faith. When I wrote this I was really struggling to emerge from the heaviness of worry, fear and doubt. I’m so thankful to God for the progress. He is so faithful. Not to say I’ve arrived but there is evidence that I am on my way! And please, understand I’m not here to boast about “Me” I’m reposting this to encourage you. If someone so fearful as I was, can learn to trust God and absolutely believe in His faithfulness, then you can too!
As you read this, open your heart and say yes to God, He will do the rest. Read on . . .
Repost: Formerly titled LimitlessPossibilities
I’m in this state of bobbing in and out of a very important—life changing truth.
And I have this suspicion the forces of hell are pretty worried! Because once this truth takes hold—there is no stopping me!
This truth is the fact that nothing is impossible for those who believe.
The concept of the word possible means to have a knowing inside of you that you have the ability to act and the power to accomplish anything you set your heart and soul to do. Think about this—ponder it—say it over to yourself out loud a few times—Nothing is impossible for those who believe!
The truth of these words grip me and when I’m in it’s grasp—all is clear and I know I’m invincible! I get this overwhelming excitement that says I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me and I begin to marvel at all the limitless possibilities for someone who lives, knows and owns this truth. My heart and soul soar with expectation! I celebrate—the sky is the limit!!!
Then suddenly with out notice my head goes under. It’s as if one moment my head is above water and the next my ankles are yanked and down I go into the muddy waters of a different kind of being overwhelmed—the dreaded one that lays all your life situations out before you and whispers the word “impossible”.
The struggle is real.
But I know how the story ends—I win! You win!
I am victorious, you are victorious. I can do all things, you can do all things. Nothing is impossible for those who believe!
Galatians 2:20 tells us
“I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”
This is our reality. Christ conquered sin, death, hell, sickness, poverty, fear, doubt, worry—you name it He conquered it! And that same power is in us, if we will only believe. (Ephesians 1:18-19 & Romans 8:11)
Think of all the possibilities.
If you are like me your next question will be—how? How do I live this truth out?
At this point of the struggle, I know what the battle is all about. It’s a fight for my purpose—therefore it’s a fight for my faith.
I know there is great purpose and destiny for my life and for yours. I also understand that if we can absolutely, beyond a shadow of a doubt, believe this about our life then we will accomplish all God created us for—we will accomplish the impossible. That’s why faith is the answer to the how question, that’s why it’s a struggle for our faith.
The devil wants to keep us living average lives—wandering aimlessly—no doubt, but I hate status quo—I wasn’t created to be average—what about you?
Faith closes the gap between promise and fulfillment. There is a great promise on our life and every promise prospers in God’s hand. If we are anchored in relationship with Christ the possibilities are limitless.
When I think about the struggle—the bobbing in and out of the water. I kind of get excited knowing it’s temporary. Each time my head emerges I stay up longer and the longer I stay up, the more this truth becomes my reality.
But how does faith close the gap between promise and fulfillment—how do we stay above the enemies plan to keep us under?
Matthew 17:20 says if we have faith—in Jesus—the size of a mustard seed nothing will be impossible for us. Romans 12:3 says everyone has a measure [a seed] of faith resident within them. Romans 10:17 informs us faith comes alive by hearing the word of God.
We all know seeds only grow if planted. We must take the measure—the seed within and apply it—we start by setting our heart, will, mind and emotions to trust God. We nurture the planted seed with God’s Word and further acts of faith.
Be encouraged to let your faith out of the box of impossibilities, dare to believe that nothing is impossible for committed believers who understand their authority and know the truth of Gods Word—all things are possible for you!
Mark 9:23 “Everything is possible for one who believes.”
17:20 “Jesus said to them, ‘Because of your unbelief; for assuredly I say to you, if you have faith as a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, move from here to there and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you'”
Matthew 19:26 “And looking at them Jesus said to them, ‘With people this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.'”
Luke 1:37 “For nothing will be impossible with God.”