Luke 18:31-34

Luke 18:31-34

You know why we find ourselves...struggling through the impossible? Because we look at the impossible rather than looking at Jesus, rather than turning to His Word and believing what it says.Do you believe that God can do the impossible for you? Do you believe that God wants to do the impossible for you? Let me tell you something. God loves you, and God did what it took in order to say to you, “I love you.” He made the impossible happen…

Jesus has made a statement that requires us to live by faith. You know, there are a lot of things that are impossible for me, but there is nothing impossible for God, and if God has asked it of us, if He’s asked us to do it, if He wants it accomplished, He will make the way…

God has a plan for your life. God has a plan for my life. God has a plan, and He is going to fulfill that plan even though it seems impossible. He is going to fulfill that impossibility through [Jesus]…

You know what our greatest enemy is? Right here. Our flesh is our worst nightmare. Overcoming who we are to stand right with Jesus Christ is our greatest enemy. We fight against it in our flesh every day…

There are times that we hear things plainly, but yet, it goes right over our head. I hear people say all the time, “How can we know for sure that God even exists?” Well, the reason that people do not believe that God exists is because their heart is hard and their mind is dense…

You know why we find ourselves facing the impossible and struggling through the impossible? Because we look at the impossible rather than looking at Jesus, rather than turning to His Word and believing what it says. Jesus does not promise us that we’re going to have an easy life. He doesn’t tell us that we’re going to have a million dollars if we’ll just “name it and claim it.” In fact, He says, “In this life you will have tribulation, but be of good cheer. I have overcome the world.” He overcame, and He will overcome for us. He does the impossible.

Dave Elkins