God is able!
December 8, 2009
"Please, sir, if the LORD is with us, why then has all this happened to us? And where are all his wonderful deeds that our fathers recounted to us…?"
Have you ever known someone who has lost their hope? It's a terrible thing because it impacts the way a person thinks, acts, and lives.
Such was the case with the Bible hero Gideon. Yes, that's right, hero! Before Gideon became one of God's champions, he was completely without hope.
When the angel of the Lord appeared to him and called him a "mighty man of valor," Gideon replied, "Why have all these bad things happened to us? Where is the God who delivered our fathers from Egypt? He has forsaken us and given us to our enemies."
If Gideon ever had faith, he had lost it. He no longer believed in God's ability to save him or his people. He was hopeless. But God looked beyond Gideon's weaknesses and hopelessness to see a champion.
And that's how God sees you, too. He sees all your potential, and all that you can be and do when your faith is placed in him!
Don't listen to the enemy when he tells you that you are defeated. Start believing again and trust in the God who can do the impossible.
You are more than a conqueror in Christ Jesus. Put your hope and trust in him. Your God is able!
START BELIEVING AGAIN, AND TRUST IN THE GOD
WHO CAN DO THE IMPOSSIBLE!
OUR THANKS TO YOU!
Do the words rested... peaceful... and refreshed describe you today? Or do the words stressed... rushed... and pressured better describe your way of life?
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