God Loves the Impossible!

Luke 1:37
For nothing is impossible with God.
God
loves the impossible.  That’s when He
shines.  When God brings us through an
impossible situation, we have no choice but to acknowledge Him.  It is often the turning point in one’s faith.
In
early September, I wrote that I felt called to an impossible Fall schedule.  I felt guided to each study group and
activity set before me, but I knew I could potentially lose my mind as it
played out.  Fall is always a busy time
for me, but I was completely overbooked leading three Bible studies plus
confirmation, attending the writer’s retreat as well as two fun weekends with
my sister, organizing a group for the Women of Faith conference, not to mention
taking care of my family and school fundraising.  Where would I find time to prepare for classes?  Would I be able to prioritize my devotion
time?  Would I freak out under the
pressure?  In September, it looked crazy
and indeed it was!  My mantra was ‘Trust
God.  He has led you to this place.’
I could
be speaking too soon since Thanksgiving and Christmas are ahead, but God has
definitely worked the impossible.  Everything
has fallen into place, dare I say, supernaturally.  Moreover, conversations have been richer than
I could have anticipated.   You may think it’s because I’m such an awesomely
organized superwoman, but my friends and family know I totally fly by the seat
of my pants.  It was ALL God.  The unmistakable proof is that God has given
me remarkable energy and excitement!  I’ve
been pumped (and even nice) – filled with the Holy Spirit as I watch Him work
things out.  What a thrill!  Praise God!
I don’t
wish a tragic situation on you, but I do hope God brings you to a task that’s
humanly impossible.  Through your
inability, His Glory is unmistakable.

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