We live in the physical world. A world with limits, with causes and effects. It’s a world of data and hard science and hard evidence. And we’ve lived here a long time. We’ve seen a lot of things, personally and up close. So, we’ve kinda come to know just what is possible and what is impossible in this world of ours.
But . . . hang on a minute. Scripture tells us that God exists beyond this physical world, apart from data, and above our human understanding. And it tells us that He’s our Father, and that you and I are his beloved sons and daughters. The Apostle Paul wrote in Ephesians chapter 3 that God’s love for us is so great that it’s literally immeasurable and unfathomable by our human minds. And from this loving Father, Paul wrote in Galatians chapter 4, that we’ve received “a full legal adoption as his children.” And “because we’re his,” Paul wrote, “we can access everything our Father has.”
Think about that. We can access everything our Father has. He’s a dad who likes to say yes when we ask. He’s a dad, in fact, who’ll never say no—if what we ask fits His will.
That has to change our thinking, doesn’t it? It has to change how we view our physical world, and our circumstances, doesn’t it? It has to change our perspective on what’s possible and what’s impossible, doesn’t it?
And doesn’t it beg the question, what exactly should we be asking for?
Listen to “Hope Without Limits (Pray that Impossible Dream).”