Turning impossibilities into possibilities (1)

In Mark 10:25, Jesus gave a nice illustration of an impossible situation. He said it is easy for a camel to go through the eyes of a needle. Even though Christ was using natural occurrences to demonstrate a spiritual lesson. Most of the time in our lives, we come face to face with situations that are so magnified than the solution. We come face to face with challenges that suggest no hope, no solution and no way out of their predicaments. In the normal sense, it is not possible for the camel to go through the eyes of a needle but that is in the human sense. With god from the above scriptures means , we are in partnership with God in building a future and a destiny. God can not do it alone, whiles man can not do it alone but together with God, everything is possible. From the above illustration by Jesus Christ, God has his role to play whiles we also have our roles to play as humans.  As long as we stick to our part of the deal, with God all things are possible.

RE-ARRANGE YOUR PRIORITIES: It is possible if you can re-arrange your priorities, remodel your blue print, redesign you strategies, or re-locate your power center. Sometimes it is possible if you can recheck your traditions and habits. You cannot have new results with the same old input. You are what you are because you keep on doing the same thing over and over. Christ said a new wine must be in a new wine bottle because when you put a new wine in an old bottle it will break. New strategies will give you new result.



  1. God is faithful and will never fail us as long as we do our part. Everything is possible.

  2. This is awesome.

    This is real wisdom distillated for all to understand.


    • Thank you bro. God bless you

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