Nothing Is Impossible
How appropriate is this devotionals timing? At the beginning of the week, the lights were going out on the vision for the future of our company.
Today I can report, the second RV is purchased and will be picked up in a few weeks. The second trailer is purchased and will be picked up in a few days. Monday the equipment for the 2nd unit will start arriving. I am in absolutely awe of our God…and He’s not done.
Full HD capability and additional team members are needed in the next few weeks. We see the plan, not sure of the specifics, praying through how He wants us to handle this portion. We have absolute confidence in Him, His ways and His plan.
If I’ve learned anything this week it’s this, nothing is impossible for our God…N O T H I N G!
Nothing Is Impossible
TGIF Today God Is First Volume 2 by Os Hillman
“For nothing is impossible with God” (Luke 1:37).
I walked into the doctor’s office for my pre-opt visit. The doctor came in and told me all about my procedure of arthroscopic knee surgery.
“So, doc. I have been told this is pretty routine. If that is the case, I have a golf outing I am responsible for that is four days after the surgery. Is there any chance I would be able to play golf that soon?” I asked. “Not a chance,” the doctor responded. “You need to let go of that idea. You will definitely not be able to play golf four days after surgery. It may be minor, but it is still surgery.” I was disappointed, but I had resigned myself that I may have to host the event for my friend’s 50th surprise birthday celebration as a spectator. Nevertheless, having no shame, I prayed anyway that God would let me play.
My day of surgery came and when I awoke I was given my crutches and greeted by a friend in the recovery room. “How are you doing?” she asked. “I feel groggy, but pretty good.” About thirty minutes later, she wheeled me out to the car and I used the crutches to get in the car. The next day I noticed I had no soreness or discomfort. I questioned whether I had even had surgery. But the three incisions and photographs assured me it had taken place.
By that afternoon, I could put all my weight on my right leg without discomfort. I put away the crutches and began walking unaided. The doctor called from the hospital to inquire about my progress. A relative was over at my house when the phone rang from the doctor, “Is he supposed to have soreness and pain from this procedure?” she inquired. “Oh, yes. He should be pretty sore and experience some pain,” said the doctor. “Well,” she said. “He has no pain and no soreness. He is walking like he has never had surgery!” “That is hard to believe,” said the doctor. “In fact, that is incredible!”
The next day, I could go up and down steps with full weight on my right knee. Then, only four days after surgery – I played 18 holes of golf for my friend’s 50th birthday celebration. The day after the golf outing, I awoke with no soreness and no pain.
Do you need something special from God? “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God” (Phil 4:6-7).
Nothing is impossible through God!