A God Who Does the Impossible

Doesn’t it seem that, since our God has declared and demonstrated that He can do all things and that there is nothing too difficult for Him, and He has declared that He is for us and will never leave us or forsake us, and that His ear is open to our prayer, that believers would take more risks and ask for things that were closer to impossible than we do? In other words, do I need a God who can do the impossible or can I get by with a God who will help me in my efforts to do the normal and the possible?

I explore these kinds of questions in a new page on the Web site called “Do I Deserve a God Who Does the Impossible?” Check it out and let me know what you think. RMB

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