Nothing Is Impossible For God!

For those of you who are waiting on a mighty move from God; I wanted to remind you there is nothing that our God can’t do and there is not a mountain that He can’t move! The angel of the Lord confirmed this declaration with Mary in Luke 1:37 (GNT). The passage of text says, “For there is nothing that God cannot do.”

When you read the account of Jesus’ life in Scripture, it’s clear that His heart was moved most of all by people’s faith. Everywhere He went He was on the lookout for those who truly believed He was the Messiah sent from God. All authority and power was His and when that power collided with genuine faith, miracles happened. It’s like the Roman Officer in Matthew 8:5-13.

I invite you to read this brief account, but if you have already read it then you know this centurion soldier had a desperate need and he came to Jesus KNOWING that Jesus could meet that need. He knew he was talking with someone who had ultimate authority and power. He knew that with just a word, Jesus could do whatever he wanted to do. His faith moved Jesus’ heart and stirred the miraculous into reality.

Unequivocally, this kind of faith should be at the heart of every believer. This kind of faith should convict and call us to remember and believe that anything is possible when Jesus is inserted into the equation.

With that said, Whatever your ‘thing’ or ‘mountain’ is standing in your way or whatever it is that imprisons you, Jesus is the one who holds the power and the keys to move the mountain and unlock the door.

My brothers and sisters, miracles are possible, healing of all kinds is possible, freedom is possible, and breakthrough is possible — in Jesus’ name.

It’s not been 60 days since my beloved and sorely missed twin brother went home to be with Lord and I’ll submit to you that I have never experienced grief the way I have over the past 40+ plus days, but even in my deepest sorrows, God reminded me of three important things. 1. Don’t grieve in your own strength. 2. Don’t grieve without hope. 3. The Cross is real! (I Thessalonians 4:13-18). These three things have kept me in some of the darkest nights in my life! My hope is grounded in the One who will never fail me!

Noël Pinnock said, “You can live 40 days without food, 4 days without water, and perhaps 4 minutes without air, but you can’t live 1 second without hope!”

There’s nothing that our God can’t do.

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I Surrender

I surrender it all to you Lord!
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Pentecost Sunday!

John 14:16, ”And I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Advocate, who will never leave you.”

HAPPY PENTECOST SONDAY!!!

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Not By Accident!

Yes Lord…Yes!!! Have your way!!!
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Pray With Me!

Pray this prayer over your life today🙏🏾🙌🏾
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God Is in Control!

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God Finished It!

Isaiah 46:9-10 says, “Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me. 10 I make known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. I say, ‘My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please.”
The late Bahamian evangelist and ordained minister avid professor of the Kingdom of God, author, speaker and leadership consultant who founded and led the Bahamas Faith Ministries, Myles Munroe blessed me with this archived message and I pray that it blesses you too!

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Happy Memorial Day 2022

“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13
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Pray With Me

Prayer with me!
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Walk With Him!

“No, O people, the LORD has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8

While a number of Bible translations use the word “require,” following this verse’s instructions perfectly is not a requirement for salvation. God has grace for us even though we are not perfectly obedient (Eph 2:8-9). Some translations instead use the word “desire” in Micah 6:8. God gives us the gift of salvation by grace. This verse simply describes what God wants from us in return: to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.

To “walk humbly with God” is the basis for loving mercy, grace, and doing justice. Because of what God has done, we fully invest in healing the world around us through mercy, grace and justice. Cultivating our walk with God provides the power and passion for us to fully engage—it grounds everything else we do.

The “walk” metaphor is used often in Scripture to describe the overall direction one’s life is heading. In Deuteronomy, there are a number of references to walking in the way of the Lord, several Psalms refer to a walk being blameless, and 1 John encourages us to walk in the light. This poetic picture envisions a comfortable relationship of presence with God and a life that fits into that path (God’s will, plan, and purpose).

The adverb “humbly” moves us away from arrogance and the egocentric need to always be better than others, to the simple acceptance of the gifts that God has placed within us. The hymn “Trust and Obey” might come to mind: “When we walk with the Lord in the light of His Word, what a glory He sheds on our way! While we do His good will, He abides with us still, and with all who will trust and obey.” James 4:8 reminds us that when we draw near to God, He will also draw near to us.

Simply put, “walking with God” means that we can humbly speak or connect with God at anytime, anywhere, while we are doing anything!

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