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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Impossible? No way!

Christ has modeled for us that the impossible is possible. Say not to yourself that no one is perfect. There are perfect people in this world living and breathing today. Perfection does not mean the complete absence of sin or error. Perfection means one has sinned, confessed their errors…turned away from them and is not practicing these sins any longer. It may seem impossible to yield up that cherished sin. However, with Christ all things are possible. The enemy would have us believe that perfection can never be attained if we hold to the erroneous definition that perfection means that no one has ever sinned or erred in one’s lifetime. Let no man ever believe himself to be so holy that there is not room for improvement. We are fallen, and we can always attain new heights. We can certainly master this if we totally lean upon Jesus. Allow Him to take care of your circumstances and your sins. He will cleanse you and in that moment you have become  perfect, fit for His kingdom Allow His purification process to embolden you, to dare, you , to challenge you to constantly seek Him.
God is all powerful. He called creation into existence with His own mouth,
He separated the Red Sea for the children of Israel.
He fed manna to them in the desert. (We must go through a desert to reach our promised land)
He provided for Elijah when Jezebel sought to kill him.
He saved the Ethiopian eunuch…..
He translated Moses and Enoch….They were considered perfect because they walked with God. Moses saw death and experienced resurrection because he loved God, and repented of his acts. The Lord told him he would not see Canaan because of His sin. But you know what? Moses saw Heaven instead.
Today, God is BLOCKING you from things you believe may be good for you and telling you NO. This is a good no. He has so much better for you. Just trust Him. Would you trust someone you don’t know?
Get to know Him by speaking to Him, listening to Him, and reading His Word.

He isn’t like man, sick and twisted enjoying our suffering. He makes provision for us to overcome.  

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