posted Apr 12, 2012, 4:29 AM by Dale Barnes
“For nothing is impossible with God.” (Lu.1:37 NIV)  These were the words of the angel Gabriel, to Mary; when he announced that God had chosen her to be the mother of Jesus, his Son.  This word was in response to her question; “How will this be since I am a virgin?.  It was impossible; a miracle would have to take place

This happened to Zachariah the priest when the angel Gabriel appeared to him and told him that he and his wife would have a son. He would be God’s prophet, preparing the way for Jesus.  Zachariah’s response was “How can I be sure of this?  I am an old man and my wife is well along in years.”(Lu.1:18 NIV)

God has the last word on matters.  God may show you things he wants to accomplish through your life, or he may show you purposes he plans to do in others, or in situations around you.  So many times it will seem impossible, but if God has spoken; he has the last word.

A close pastor friend of mine was asked to visit a lady in the hospital that was near death.  She had lost much weight and could only speak  in a whisper, being so weak.  On the way the hospital, he sensed that he should ask her; “what has the Lord spoken to you?”  He knelt close to her and asked her this question. In barely audible words, she said, “I will put flesh on your bones!”  A week later she was released from the hospital. She was completely well.  God had the last word.

As you read the scripture, as you pray, as you hear a message in church, God may speak something to you, but it seems impossible.
Remember what the angel said; “Nothing is impossible with God.”