Nothing Is Impossible With GOD

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Out of Nazareth

A despised town

Mary

Poor and unknown

Young and inexperienced

With no authority around men

In the eyes of society

Not good enough

To be used by God

BUT GOD

Highly favored her

To be used to bring forth

His salvation for us

The Holy Spirit came upon her

And she conceived

The Savior of the World

Jesus Christ

How could this be?

Because with God

Nothing is impossible

Mary gave her whole self

Into the hands of God

With a willing heart

Even though she would be

Ridiculed and condemned

The Son of God

Came down in the flesh

To save us

To bring

Salvation for the sinner

Hope for the hopeless

Help for the helpless

Freedom for the captive

Light for those in darkness

Love for the lost

Life for the dead

Mercy from judgment

Grace for the undeserving

Peace to the chaos

Joy for the grieving

So remember

God is Almighty

He can level mountains

In your life

He can use you

For His glory

No matter how small

And insignificant you feel

Because He came down

To deliver us

To make us worthy

To give us power in Him

When He is in us

Nothing is impossible

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You can read God’s story of salvation through Mary in
Luke 1:26-38

A Child's Trust

“Mary, Did You Know?”
Sung by Kenny Rogers and Wynonna Judd

Dearest Lord Jesus, thank You for coming down.
Help us to give our whole selves into Your hands.
Help us to see that nothing is impossible with You!

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24 thoughts on “Nothing Is Impossible With GOD

  1. What a verse to greet me with this morning, Trudy. Nothing, no nothing is a surprise to Him … or too difficult for Him to handle. What freedom and joy comes when we accept this truth and embrace it as our own.

    Thank you, thank you.

    ;-}

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    1. I’m so glad God’s truth is confirmed to your heart, Linda. Oh, to “accept this truth and embrace it as our own.” Sometimes it’s so easy to believe it for others, but I struggle with truly embracing it as my own. I wonder if I have? Wouldn’t I experience more freedom and joy? But recently I read something about joy – how it is a quiet assurance and confidence that God is in control and therefore everything will turn out well. As you say, “Nothing, no nothing is a surprise to Him … or too difficult for Him to handle.” Thank you for your insight. May we daily embrace His truths as our own! Hugs!

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    1. I’m glad you enjoy this beautiful truth, Lisa. It’s such a miracle, isn’t it? Something I often have to remind myself of – that nothing is impossible with God. May God fill your Christmas with His peace, love, and joy in Jesus! Hugs!

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  2. Trudy,
    How did you know this is what God has been whispering to me this year?! I even sat in church two weeks ago and stared at that verse on the big screen and remembered how God drew my attention to it a year ago and is still reminding me that when it seems there is no way, God makes a way. Beautiful words here, my friend! Praying this new year brings you joy and this holiday season is a time to savor those around you. I’m so grateful for our friendship! xo Much love!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, prayers, and friendship, Valerie. 🙂 I’m grateful for you, too. This is a verse I have loved for years but too often forget. We can do anything through Him, right? You remind me of a song called “God Will Make a Way.”
      “God will make a way
      Where there seems to be no way
      He works in ways we cannot see
      He will make a way for me”

      Thank you for this comforting reminder! May God continue to lead you and work a way through impossibilities from our side! Hugs!

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    1. Thank you, Susie. And you’re so welcome. I’m so glad to have found your blog and am thankful for your friendship, too! Your poems often apply soothing balm to my heart. You have a wonderful Christmas, too! May God fill you with His peace and joy! Hugs!

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    1. Thank you, Michelle. The photo reminds me of a God who works through impossibilities but also of Malachi 4:2 – “But for you who fear my name, the Sun of Righteousness will rise with healing in his wings. And you will go free, leaping with joy like calves let out to pasture.” And that prophecy has been filled when Jesus came! He has come to save us and to heal. As we heal more deeply, we will leap and dance with joy. 🙂 May you ever feel His healing Presence in your life, my friend. Christmas blessings to you, too! Hugs!

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  3. Such a beautiful, reassuring word here, Trudy! I loved it all and these words in particular spoke to me: “So remember

    God is Almighty

    He can level mountains

    In your life

    He can use you

    For His glory

    No matter how small

    And insignificant you feel”
    Amen! Here lies hope for all who feel insignificant and ‘less than’ or are weary of waiting to see change for the good in their lives.
    I’m sorry I’m not coming to read your posts as early as I want to these days. Life has been extra busy lately. We’re currently away from home staying with family, and most of my Christmas preparations had to be made before we left! But I’m so glad I was able to visit here today. I never leave your site feeling anything less than heard, understood and blessed. Thank you so much for the way you write. Many are blessed and encouraged by the things you share. You have a valuable ministry. Blessings, love and hugs to you, lovely friend. Xox ❤

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    1. Thank you for always lovingly supporting and encouraging me, Joy. I’m so glad this spoke to you. I know it’s easy for us to feel insignificant, but God truly has used you for His glory. Please don’t feel bad about getting to my site. I understand how weary your body becomes, especially in busy seasons like this. I’m so glad you always leave here feeling “heard, understood, and blessed.” 🙂 Blessings, love, and hugs to you, too, my friend! May God fill your heart with His peace and your body with extra strength!

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  4. This is a beautiful post. Great reminder that nothing is impossible with God and that he can use even the things/ people that seem insignificant. Challenged by Mary’s example: “Mary gave her whole self into the hands of God with a willing heart”. Love the song too- that is one of my favourites.

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    1. Thank you, Carly. I’m glad you were comforted and challenged. It’s amazing how God uses insignificant people and things, isn’t it? I’m challenged by Mary’s example as well. It reminds me of your new word for the year – surrender. May we together surrender our whole selves into God’s hands with a willing heart! I hope you have a peace-filled Christmas!

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  5. Beautiful words, Trudy! How blessed are we to know that with God nothing is impossible.He chooses the most unlikely to fulfill His plan here in this world. Praying you have a very Merry Christmas.

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    1. Thank you, Mary. Yes, we certainly are blessed, aren’t we? There’s such hope in how God uses “the most unlikely.” May God give you a peace-filled Christmas as you remember all He has done for us! Hugs!

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