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Friday, August 1, 2008

Faith to do the Impossible

"Every thing is possible"

Dear Friends, we are sure to face with impossibilities in our daily life, but God loves to carry us through, and making what’s impossible become possible. You see, It was impossible for Abraham and Sarah to have a child in their old age, but God made it possible. It was impossible for Moses to lead the Israelites walking across the Red Sea, but God made it possible. It was impossible for Joshua to take down the whole city of Jericho, but God made it possible. It was impossible for David, a shepherd boy to kill the giant Goliath, but God made it possible. It was impossible for human to die and rise again, but Jesus made it possible. It may be impossible for us to be the best students scoring straight A’s, but God will make it possible. It may be impossible for us to be the best employee or best business man in our field, but God will make it possible. But before you can do the impossible through God, there are two keys you must have. Turn to your neighbor and say
“two keys you must have”

Key No,1:-

To See the Invisible

Now what is invisible means what our eyes cannot see. So what do I mean by seeing the invisible? Does that mean o suddenly you have X ray vision, o you can now see the spirits in the invisible realm, you can see heaven and angels flying and singing….Not like that! Turn to your neighbor and say “not like that”. So how do we see the invisible? Although our natural eyes cannot see what is invisible, but our spiritual eyes can see what is invisible, which is the eyes of faith. The bible says that “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen.” Notice that faith is the EVIDENCE of things NOT SEEN. So what is the evidence since you have not seen it? The evidence is the vision we have in your heart that the things not seen, the invisible, is going to happen and coming to past, because we can visualize it through your spiritual eyes, the eyes of faith. We can visualize the end results of the invisible things we hoped for, in our heart.
Let me read to you Genesis 15: 5-6 ~ Then God brought Abraham outside and said, “Look now toward heaven and, count the stars if you are able to number them.” And Abraham believed in the LORD, and the LORD accounted it to Abraham for righteousness.
Here Abraham was longing and hoping to have a son, but he was old and Sarah was barren at that time. But God wants Abraham to visualize that he will be father of many nations and his descendants will be more than the stars in the sky. So God wants Abraham to see what was invisible at that time, God wants him to visualize it through the eyes of faith. And what happened then, God gave Abraham a son, and from the son came the whole nation of Israel, and God’s promise to Abraham came to past. Hallelujah!!!
Last year, there is a time when I was desperate to have a new computer table. But I didn’t have the money to buy it. Somehow, I still went shopping for it; and when I finally found the computer table, I just lay hands on it and prayed. From that moment on, I have the confidence, the faith that I’ll have it, even though it’s still invisible, because I begin to visualize it, I can feel that it’s in my room already. Lo and behold, two weeks later, God answered my prayer. Hallelujah!!! Come on! Somebody give the LORD a big clap!

Key No,2:-

To perform the impossible

Now, if you can see the invisible, you can perform the impossible. In fact, you must perform the impossible, because faith without deeds is as good as dead. And here’s how Jesus performed the impossible.
In Matthew 14: 16-21 ~ Here Jesus asked his disciples to feed the five thousand men that followed Jesus that day. But his disciples said to Him, “We have here only five loaves and two fish.” Jesus said, “Bring them here to Me.” Then He commanded the multitudes to sit down on the grass. And He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven, He blessed and broke and gave to the loaves to the disciples; and the disciples gave to the multitudes. So they all ate and were filled, and they took up twelve baskets full of the fragments that remained. Now those who had eaten were about five thousand men, besides women and children.
So what is impossible here are five loaves of bread and two fish to feed five thousand, and yet Jesus speak forth His Word by faith, and it all became possible. All we have to do is to see the invisible, and then perform the impossible.