Posted by: Pure Glory | 09/21/2019

No Impossibilities

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

When your purpose is greater than your pain, and your passion is greater than your past, impossibilities no longer exist. Then you will be profusely productive and prolific…Selah

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  1. Amen!

    Only just completed my first tandum skydive jump yesterday as a way of defeating fear, as I approach my 50th birthday.

    God had shown me in a vision to do it and defeat the illusions of fear that had plagued my life in so many different ways over my life.

    Thanks.

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    • Congratulations Brother Don on your tandem skydive jump! Praise God for the defeat of fear in your life! My honor!

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  2. Not only is this super pertinent to me today, but it’s the subject of Charles Stanley’s email devotion this morning:

    Facing Life’s Obstacles

    Joshua 1:1-9

    As Joshua stepped into Moses’ giant-sized sandals, he faced a tremendous challenge: bringing the Israelites into the Promised Land. The responsibility was huge, and we can surmise from the Lord’s repeated commands to “be strong and courageous” that Joshua was probably not feeling up to the task (Josh. 1:6-7; Josh. 1:9).

    At one time or another, we all face obstacles that seem insurmountable. The question is, How will we respond? Some people try to push through or manipulate their way around the barriers, while others wallow in hopelessness and give up. But the Lord wants us to trust Him to remove each impediment.

    Any obstacle that stands between us and God’s purpose is subject to His supernatural power. Most of us would readily agree that nothing is too difficult for the Lord, but fear and worry reveal our doubts. By focusing on the problem, we allow it to grow and block our view of almighty God.

    Knowing the difficulty of Joshua’s assignment, the Lord assured him that he would be successful in completing the mission. God’s responsibility was to remove every hindrance that stood between the Israelites and the land He had promised to give them. Joshua’s job was to believe the Lord and carefully obey all His commands.

    Obstacles are one way that our faith can grow. When you are confused and cannot see how God could work out your situation, do not walk away in defeat and miss His blessing. He wants to teach you His way of obedience, trust, and courage. Believe Him—He always keeps His promises.

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  3. Amen to that! God bless brother!

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  4. Indeed, well said!

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  5. Seems reasonable.

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