Mark 9:23 says
“all things are possible for one who believes”.
If all things are possible, this means that nothing is impossible for the believer in Christ (If that revelation did not cause a shout of praise, go back and read it again until it does!).
So what does nothing mean? NOTHING MEANS NOTHING! The job you want, the financial freedom that you have been working so hard for, the breakthrough that is so desperately needed… All of these things and more are possible! But let me ask this question, does your prayer life reflect that? Are you praying with the belief and expectation that there is nothing that God cannot do? Chances are that if you take an honest examination of your heart, you aren’t and you don’t.
When you are frustrated and not seeing an answer to your prayer, you aren’t really praying. Prayers without faith are DEAD, useless whining, rubbish to be thrown away. Luckily, God has already made a provision for us. God has given us a gift of grace. God gave each of us a measure of faith. (Romans 12:3).
Are you tempted to believe that you don’t have enough of that measure? You have already done the hardest, most impossible part. You believe in Jesus Christ! Our Lord and Savior who came from heaven to earth in the form of a man, died on the cross and paid the price for our sins. All this to reconcile us to God. And all because God loves us so much… Sounds impossible right? Yet you know this with every fiber of your being. I say this amounts to plenty of faith.
(Matthew 17:20) says all we need is “faith the size of a mustard seed” in order to move a mountain. So why aren’t your mountains moved? Stop putting limitations on your faith.
You have mustard seed faith! Elevate your faith from where you are and place it up above where God is. His divine power has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of him who called us to his own glory and excellence.
(2 Peter 1:3)
Nothing is impossible.
Expand your definition of nothing!
Declare today: “I have mustard seed faith; I can talk to the mountain in front of me, I can ask it to move, and it will be moved. God gave me a measure of faith. Amen”