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IMPOSSIBILITY?

Impossibility: Incapability of existing or occurring.(Word-web dictionary)
Luke  1:37- For with God nothing shall be impossible.
Impossible? Why did the scripture not say 'with God everything shall be  possible'? This is because God has a relationship with impossibility, and the relationship is making something out of nothing and possibility out of impossibility!
I want you to know the bible doesn't talk about the unimportant, if the scripture is using the word 'impossible' i can bet you its important!
It's a general belief of people that God will never ask you to do what you can't do. He does and that's how you know He's God.

Jesus asked the lame man to take up his bed and walk, He asked the man with infirmed hands to stretch forth his hands, He asked the cripple woman who could not even lift up herself to come. He commanded blind Bartholomeus to come!
Impossibility is the calling of God that is bigger than you, the call that is higher than you, beyond your grasp and ability.

It's the call that calls you out of mediocrity, the status-quo, the clique of people you are moving with, and all these are  Miracles.
What i am trying to say is Jesus calls you for a miracle, you can't steal a miracle from Him and impossibility is the platform.

Impossibility: A miracle I'm-possibility.
God is the only one that proffers the solution to a problem while a man is still in the problem.
Impossibility itself is saying I'm possibility! Until you know this you won't get it.
It's when you know the truth about Impossibility that it sets you free- I'm- Possibility.

Luke 13:10 And he was teaching in one of the synagogues on the sabbath.
11- And, behold, there was a woman which had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years, and was bowed together, and could in no wise lift up herself.
12- And when Jesus saw her, he called her to him, and said unto her, Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity.
13- And he laid his hands on her: and immediately she was made straight, and glorified God.

The woman had a spirit of infirmity for eighteen years, and was bowed together. 18 years would not have been a joke, the infirmity is not even the issue to me anymore here, but the woman. This type of problems are defined 'problems com identity'.
She's already infirmed- the situation and the person involved is impossible!
'She could in no wise lift herself' cos she is already impossible.
And when Jesus saw her, He called her to himself. Remember i told you earlier Jesus calls you for a miracle!

I wish i could explain this further, no wonder He gave some of us the gift of the working of miracles 
(I Corinthians 12:29)- It's a call.
Jesus saw her- He can see you also in  the conditions that you are; students that are down financially; resumption date announced, but no hope of tuition fee yet, Graduates without job opportunities not to talk of the jobs, Singles without spouses and all manner of conditions and situations reading my blog, Jesus is seeing you! 

Are you ready for His call?
A call to miracle and for a miracle, then you must know and believe that Impossibility is God saying through Jesus I'm-possibility.
He's saying  'woman, thou hath loosed from thine infirmity'- Your academic sponsors are blessed, You are blessed with a scholarship! You are blessed with a Job, Your God given spouse has come, You have gotten the admission, You are free from those addictions- drugs, pornography and all in the name of Jesus! You have the Covenant of Life!
Friends in verse 13; And He laid his hands on her: and the miracle happened!".
What you need is the laying of his hands for the manifestation of the I'm- possibility. I know someone out there is thinking about my statements, life is so confusing right now that nothing makes sense to you; even what I'm passing across.

Jesus called her to him- what if she called Jesus to herself?
Jesus had to call her to himself because she never saw the miracle, she was still operating in the phase of the Impossibility.
If you call Jesus to yourself, you are saying I know already you are the I'm- possibility.  It makes the miracle come easily and quickly. You remember blind Bartimaeus  in Mark 10:46-52?
'Jesus thou son of David, have mercy on me'- He called out to Jesus and Jesus had to stand still. 'Your call on I'm- possibility makes Impossibility stand still!' And Jesus commanded him to be called; Jesus calls you for a miracle.
The Question:
The call from Jesus comes with a question: 'what wilt thou that i should do unto thee?'
What do you want from Jesus? Friends hope you know what you want or you still having a reminisce of the Impossibility?
I will like to leave you with Romans 4:17b- ' .....and calleth those things which be not as though they were' that's the real definition of Impossibility!
It always involves a call! A call for a miracle!

If you have been waiting for this call and its not coming then call Him! Call Him!! Let him know you now understand the Impossibility!
I want you to know a closed mouth is a closed destiny!  My pastor said on Sunday...#Smiling.....
Ask before you are tasked and knock before you are knocked!- Oluwatobiloba Oshunbiyi.

I wish I am in person with you as you read, I 'd like to say; Let us pray!
If you don't mind you can say after me;
Jesus! I'm-possibility is your new name i have discovered, I call on you with understanding, call me for my miracles today in the name of Jesus Christ.

I Love you and Merry Christmas in Advance,
Oshunbiyi Oluwatobiloba,
CL BLogs.

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