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In God’s world, ‘impossible’ does not exist!

11 Jul

If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes Mark 9:23 NKJV’.

If you have faith … nothing will be impossible for you Matthew 17:20 NKJV’.

If we can believe, all things are possible. Why is this so? When we do not believe, we do not entertain the idea of a solution. We do nothing so no solution materializes as a result of our actions or participation. When we believe there is a solution, we look away from the problem and begin to envision a solution. Eventually, we arrive at a solution or leave steps to that solution which someone after us could continue towards the solution. Notice that belief deals with ‘things’. If we believe, ‘all things’ are possible. We use the Law of Faith to move from problem to resolution. However, the Law of Faith also has greater parameters than belief. While belief deals with ‘things’ – that which is created or existent, the law of faith is able to reach into a dimension of zero existence. This law enables the user to go into the realm where nothing exists. It moves a resolution from a dimension that is non existent: ‘nothing’. It moves a resolution that is in the dimension of the ‘impossible’. Nothing shall be impossible for you!

In our natural world, we have glimpses of the potential of the Law of Faith to make the impossible become possible. In these cases, the resources to make the seemingly impossible happen are resources that we do not know exist.  When we discover and harness these resources, the seemingly impossible happens. Case in point; who would conceive that we could have sound and images like we have on the television or mobile devices? But it happened and when we understand how, we appreciate the mystery. Who could have believed that you could communicate with someone on the other side of the globe as though that person is across the table speaking with you? This is the Law of Faith moving researchers’ thoughts to materialization. It is the impossible happening using natural means which are unknown at the time of speculation. But as mind-boggling as these technological achievements are, they are products of the Law of Faith within the boundaries of the natural much the same as a seed becomes a tree. What we are seeing in the Law of Faith is that this law has the potential to reach not only into the dimension of the natural resources but its properties are  able to span beyond the boundaries of the natural. The law of faith that makes a seed into a plant has information that makes the supernatural relatively ‘natural’. Miracles are normal then! Your problem has a solution which can be accessed from the unnatural ‘with God, nothing shall be impossible’!

If a problem does not have a resolution then faith is not a law.

If faith is a law then every problem has a resolution.

Jesus pegged the impossible to this law ‘nothing shall be impossible’.

Jesus was either insane or knew about a law that we do not understand. If he is correct, then there is a universal law that crosses boundaries and spheres of the natural. It defies science as we know it. It has the ability to overwrite the natural. Your impossible situation is matched with a solution even if it comes from the realm of the supernatural. According to ‘The Faith Factor The Art and Science of Faith’ ‘To every problem, God has programmed a solution. Let the seed show you how’.

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2 Comments

Posted by on July 11, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “In God’s world, ‘impossible’ does not exist!

  1. Jean Rajkumar

    August 30, 2012 at 10:10 am

    Interesting take!!

     
  2. Mary Dummett

    September 15, 2012 at 11:05 am

    Felt as a new banquet spread before me from which I hungrily ate……anxiously awaiting more sharing from this book

     

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