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No Impossibilities

10th July 2020

Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 37: 1-14

Focus

“And caused me to pass by them round about: and, behold, there were very many in the open valley; and, lo, they were very dry.” (Ezekiel 37: 2)

When Ezekiel walked round about the bones in the open valley, he observed that they were very dry. These bones were not freshly dead; the people had died and decayed, and their bones had become so dry. A freshly dead person would have been easier to call back to life, but these bones were so dry that their return to life would have been a major impossibility. So Ezekiel, whilst in the valley, was faced with a huge impossibility.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: for every impossibility, you are surrounded with, receive a positive result. Today, I command your impossibilities to become possible. I command your difficult places to become easy. I command your rough places to become smooth. I command those results that seem beyond your reach to come within your reach. I command the impossibilities you have forgotten about to come forth.

Those dry bones all came back to life. It didn’t matter how dry they were, or how long they had been dry. They all obeyed the prophecy of Ezekiel and came back to life. Hear me as I hear the Lord: no matter how complicated or impossible your challenges are, the same God who brought the dry bones in the valley back to life will bring a turn around to your situation. You will move from impossibilities to testimonies.

What is that impossibility in your life? What is that result that looks impossible to happen? What is that achievement that looks beyond your reach and capacity? What is that opportunity that looks lost forever? What is that thing you have given up on, because you believe it will not happen again? Hear me as I hear the Lord: if only you can believe, your impossibilities are coming to life.

Don’t close the chapters that God is yet to complete. It may be impossible for you, but with God, nothing, absolutely nothing shall be impossible.

Declaration

My impossibilities are becoming possible, in Jesus’ name!

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Memory Verse

“For with God nothing shall be impossible.” (Luke 1: 37)

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