NOTHING IS TOO HARD

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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

 Is anything too hard for the Lord? At the time appointed I will return unto thee, according to the time of life, and Sarah shall have a son.” (Genesis 18:14).

Here is God’s loving challenge to you and to me today. He wants us to think of the deepest, highest, worthiest desire and longing of our hearts, something which perhaps was our desire for ourselves or for someone dear to us, yet which has been so long unfulfilled that we have looked upon it as only a lost desire, that which might have been but now cannot be, and so have given up hope of seeing it fulfilled in this life.

That thing, if it is in line with what we know to be His expressed will (as a son to Abraham and Sarah was), God intends to do for us, even if we know that it is of such utter impossibility that we only laugh at the absurdity of anyone’s supposing it could ever now come to pass. That thing God intends to do for us if we will let Him.

“Is anything too hard for the Lord?” Not when we believe in Him enough to go forward and do His will and let Him do the impossible for us. Even Abraham and Sarah could have blocked God’s plan if they had continued to disbelieve.

The only thing too hard for Jehovah is deliberate, continued disbelief in His love and power, and our final rejection of His plans for us. Nothing is too hard for Jehovah to do for them that trust Him.

You can prove Him today if you will let Him in your life today. Nothing is too hard for God in this life. Is it too hard for God when you are sick? Isaiah told us “By His stripes we are healed.” Is it too hard for God when you are tired of the way others treated you? Jesus says to cast all your cares on Him for He is your burden bearer. I can go on and on and prove to you from the word that nothing is hard for God to do for you. Only believe for all things are possible.

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