In I Samuel 17:41-52, David’s unwavering faith in God collided with God’s supernatural power! You see, it wasn’t necessarily the rock that slayed the giant, rather it was the wind that propelled it.
Sometimes God will put you in a battle with limited or what might appear to be inadequate resources or tools so that when you do get the victory you’ll know it wasn’t you, but Him!
Beloved of God, impossibilities are the platforms upon which God does His best work and David wasn’t the only person to experience God’s best work. With man it may be impossible. But with God, all things are possible.
George Muller once saice, “Faith does not operate in the realm of the possible. There is no glory for God in that which is humanly possible. Faith begins where man’s power ends.”
So today, no matter what challenge you’re encountering, do not be afraid, be strong, stand firm, and continue moving forward. You have come too far to back down and quit. Trust God, as He is the omnipotent One. “God will guide you continually,” (Isaiah 58:11). So, “Don’t be anxious about anything” (Philippians 4:6), “God is your strength and power,” (2 Samuel 22:33). For God promised to “repay two blessings for each of your troubles.” (Zechariah 9:12).
That being said and in closing, I encourage you (myself included) to seek God sincerely in prayer. Keep hoping, keep believing, and keep persisting. There is no obstacle that is too big for God to turn around for your greater good and His unyielding glory!