Impossible = I’m Possible
† My God Says All Things Are Possible †
Tammy Tangent Tuesdays
Don’t ever tell a precious three-year-old, much less any treasured daughter of the King, that anything is impossible! Apparently, this adorable beloved knows full well she’s loved and called. And as such, she expects nothing short of encouragement and freedom to be and do all she was designed and created to be. Her response, “Impossible means I’m Possible. Watch me!”
Sigh…. Be still, my heart! ♥♥
Hello Beautiful! I pray that you’re allowing the Lord to send down His angel armies to help shield you from the enemy and to help fight your battlefields. I know God has reached down in a powerful way helping me walk through the death of a dear friend while fighting my own fears and anger these past couple of weeks.
With so much destruction surrounding us, we need some love to help navigate through all this evil and hate and help in pulling us through it. I know it seems as if I’m crawling towards the finish line now. Panic can be brutal and quite paralyzing. How can we fight our battles when we can’t move?
God Calls Us His Beloveds Because He Designed Us To Be-Loved!
Oh, what an amazing luxury, being a treasured daughter of the King, to be able to call upon and reach out towards the Lord God Almighty for help and to be loved. That’s why God calls us His Beloveds, because He designed us to Be-Loved! It’s that time again, it’s Tammy Tangent Tuesdays!
Reaching out to God to Be-Loved and Be-Healed is the greatest gift we can give to Him!
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I become so frustrated with life and people, whether it’s due to the daily mundane tasks or posing challenges or the maniac reactions of others, but I just become irritated and weary in doing good. I stumble as I fumble. I want that child-like heart like my granddaughter who awakens sick with a high fever and snotty nose and yet, she is so excited to just embrace this new day, she does not allow any interference of negativity or worry to influence and alter her cheerful attitude. She is ready to rumble and tumble.
Talk about embracing life with a childlike heart. No wonder the Lord tells us in Matthew 18:3, Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
And let me share, if she has even half the feistiness of this Grammy Tammy, she will turn right around with one hand on her hip and her other hand and pointer finger flailing through the air with great attitude boldly proclaiming, “Well, I’m possible. Watch me.” Now that’s spunk and attitude worthy of practicing.
Nothing Is Impossible!
After all, the Word says I’m Possible!
Famous words from the beautiful beloved, Audrey Hepburn, “Nothing is impossible. After all, the word [Word] says I’m Possible!” What Audrey Hepburn probably didn’t realize when she made that statement, or maybe she did, was that she was announcing very loudly what both Mark and Matthew state in the Bible that with God, all things are possible.
Impossible? No, I’m Possible!
We know Truths in the Bible are important when they’re emphasized by several individuals or the message’s importance is stated three times like John seems to do frequently when he points out the unique significance. He may act like a nagging wife at times, but those truths are heard and well received!
Both apostles Matthew and Mark point out in Matthew 19:26 and Mark 10:27 how “Jesus looked at them and said, with man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.”
Weekly Challenge: Let’s approach this week with a childlike heart and trust in our Papa God believing that nothing is impossible. Instead, let’s walk out, “after all, the Word says I’m Possible instead of impossible.” Every time you catch yourself saying, “This is too hard, God, it’s impossible,” let’s put the Great I Am in front of the Possible and walk boldly exclaiming, “I’m Possible.”
Until next time…
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