Saturday, 26 December 2009

Impossible Is Nothing

Yesterday during my quiet time, I was saying to God "God sa inyo ba talaga galing to? I know nothing is impossible with you, pero... parang imposible eh. Pano yun? When? How? Magkaiba kami ng mundong ginagalawan."

And earlier this morning (again during my date with God), He told me this "For with God nothing will be impossible" - Luke 1:37

Let me share my devotion for today.. And yes, I am guilty of this - often times becoming practical atheist (ouch!).

(from blackaby)

Nothing Will Be Impossible


"For with God nothing will be impossible." (Luke 1:37)

The angel Gabriel told Mary that God was planning to do something humanly impossible. All human logic would agree that a virgin could not give birth to a child. It was impossible. Yet this is exactly what was to happen. When God speaks of doing the impossible, it is no longer absurd. When was the last time God did the impossible in your life? When was the last time God spoke to you about what He wanted to do and you were scared to death by its magnitude?

God still does the impossible! Too often we acknowledge our belief that God can do whatever He wants, then we add a safety clause: “But I just don’t think God will do that with me!” We become practical atheists, believing that God can perform miracles but never expecting a miracle in our own lives.

God wanted to bring salvation to all of humanity. It is critical that Mary not only believed God could perform a miracle but also adjusted her life to the awesome work He planned to do through her. The difference between a Christian and a moral person is the divine. The difference between a church and a social club is the miraculous. Some can duplicate the morality of a Christian, but no one can reproduce the miraculous that should be a part of the Christian experience. Do you believe that nothing is impossible for God?

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

The Day Where God Humbled Himself Is Coming (3 days to go)

3 days to go and its the day where the uncontainable God got contained. The almighty, powerful and majestic God humbled himself to fulfill His promise to save us from eternal damnation. He allowed himself to be weak, to experience pain, to experience how it is to be human. A 100% human, and a 100% God.

Amazing! Indeed, great is His faithfulness. Just the thought of it is unfathomable. And as I type every word in this blog, I couldn't imagine how much He loves us.

A lot has happened to me this year, and God humbled me in ways I didn't think of. God brought me to a Church wherein I am growing in my walk with Him. He leads me to friends whom He uses to strengthen my faith in Him. Yes, I still have a lot to learn, and in every lessons He carves in forming my character brings me closer to my maker.

This coming Christmas, let us look beyond the usual way on how we see the meaning of Christmas. It is more than His birthday, it's all about Him... it's about who He is.

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