Day 2 I trust You Lord. Nothing is too hard for You. Genesis 18; Jeremiah 32
Far too often we began to think and develop a belief system that some things are too hard for God. We look at the situation in front of us and began to worry, wondering how we will ever make it through it.
In Genesis 18, Abraham met three men who he either recognized as Angels or men sent from God. Nevertheless, he quickly began to serve and feed these visitors. After the visitors ate, they asked about Abraham's wife, Sarah. Abraham let them know where she was and one of the three visitors prophesied to Abraham that Sarah would have a son.
Sarah stood off in the distance listening and found this to be funny. She laughed to herself, wondering how she and her husband could have children being so old. She herself was well past the childbearing age.
Of course, the visitors heard her chuckle and comment and replied: is anything too hard for God?
Jeremiah answers this question while he is imprisoned in Jeremiah 32. He'd prophesied to Judah that the city would be captured by Babylonians and Judah's king was not happy to hear this prophesy. Jeremiah responded to Judah's king by sharing another prophesy that came true. God told Jeremiah a relative would come by to sell a piece of land to Jeremiah and told Jeremiah to buy it. Sure enough that happened and Jeremiah bought the land. God then instructed Jeremiah to seal the deed in clay pots to preserve them because the land would be restored and purchases would happen again. After following all of the instructions, Jeremiah prayed and reminded God of who He is and answered Abraham's question by saying: nothing is too hard for You.
While Sarah needed reminding that nothing was too hard for God, Jeremiah reminded God of the same to show that he trusted God to do just what he said he would do.
Some people can trust God for big things immediately. While others need to take baby steps. Regardless of where you are in your trust walk, rest assured, nothing is too hard for God the Almighty. If you are waiting to see a promise revealed in your life, find a Word and remind Him of His promise. Stand on this Word: Lord, you said nothing was too hard for you, so I am trusting You to do just what You said You'd do.
Now stand still and watch Him work!
Standing on His promises,
Keiyia JOYet George
Trust Walk: Walking in His Steps coming soon!