When Things Seem Impossible - Where Do You Stand?

When Things Seem Impossible - Where Do You Stand?

Lord and King, you have reached out your great and powerful arm. You have made the heavens and the earth. Nothing is too hard for you.  -- READ  https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Jeremiah+32%3A17-22&version=NIRV

 

What is your initial reaction when you encounter a difficult circumstance? Something that you feel is and looks impossible?

Some people go into overdrive searching for an answer or a way out ... Others curl up in defeat or withdrawal ... either declaring the situation hopeless or trying to avoid it altogether. Hopefully, as a Christian, you turn immediately to the Lord, seeking His guidance.
But what you ask Him is very important.

O Lord, what am I going to do? At first glance, this seems like the right thing to ask, but is it really? The problem with this question is that even though we are seeking the Lord’s guidance, the focus is on our actions. That means the way we think about how to handle the situation is limited to our abilities, resources, and understanding. Often, our minds begin to devise possible plans, and we soon resort to manipulating and maneuvering in an attempt to fix the problem.

God, what are You going to do? This is the right question because now the focus has shifted to the omniscience and omnipotence of almighty God. He blows the sides out of any box that confines us and untangles any situation we find baffling. He has the power to carry out His plans, which—unlike our solutions—are perfect and always bring Him glory.

To truly pray the second prayer, you must be willing to surrender all your plans into His hands. Not only does He know what to do and how to accomplish it, but He can also make a way through any impossibility. Your job is simply to trust Him and be obedient by following His directions -- the one thing I know will help you in this matter can be found here: http://www.iaskgod.com/content/how-great-your-name-throughout-earth

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