“But Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With men it is impossible, but not with God, for with God all things are possible.’” Mark 10:27
“Natural impossibilities cannot prevent the working of the Omnipotent One.” Desire of Ages, p. 535
“We have a God whose ear is not closed to our petitions; and if we prove His word, he will honor our faith. He wants us to have all our interests interwoven with his interests, and then he can safely bless us; for we shall not then take glory to self when the blessing is ours, but shall render all the praise to God.” Review and Herald, June 9, 1891
Often times our faith in God is small because we don’t really recognize the magnitude of our God. We think our problems are so big that He cannot solve them. We forget that we serve the God who stretched out the heavens by His great power and there’s nothing too hard for Him. Today, take some time to reflect on the greatness of God. Write down characteristics and attributes that God alone holds. As you do this simple activity, ask God to increase your understanding and comprehension of who He really is.
We praise the Lord that many of God’s people are expressing faith in His leading and are looking for open doors of opportunity instead of just focusing on doors that may have been shut during this pandemic.
- Pray that people will ask God about this crises situation – “Is God trying to tell us something? (1 Samuel 3:10)
- Pray for many people in the poorest countries who have no work and are having trouble getting even basic food like rice and maize flour. Many are in danger of starving.
- Pray for open hearts of people around the world – to give, to help, and to pray for those who are in crises. (Proverbs 22:9, Psalm 86:6-7
- Pray for farmers who are struggling to plant or harvest crops and for support workers to stay well.