All Possible with God

Do we let our fears limit seeing the saving power of God?

Zechariah 8:6

God can do the impossible. We can never understand God so we may never truly know all the wonders God can do. Our minds are limited in what we can comprehend but let us never try to limit God.

Times and situations may seem severe with no end in sight. But God at an instance can turn things around. We may think that there is no way of coming out of our problems but God can do great wonders.

Let us not be confined by our situations. Let us not be caged in by our fears but rather let us hold on to God to be delivered from our struggles. It may seem impossible to us but with God all things are possible.

Tags: Deliverance, Issues, Limit, Miracle, Problem, Salvation, Struggle, Zechariah

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