Making Possible Your Impossibilities

A certain woman had an issue of blood for twelve years. She had gone to many physicians, but none had been able to help her. If the medical profession were on the scene 2,000 years ago, with all the medical knowledge they have today, they probably would have diagnosed this woman’s case as an incurable cancer — an issue of blood.

Pressing through the crowd to Jesus, she touched His garment and said, “If I may touch but His clothes, I shall be whole.” Immediately, she felt in her body she was healed.

There are some people who say you should not trust your feelings, but this woman felt in her body that she was healed. She did not have a chance to get an examination by a doctor, but she knew she was healed.

If this miracle had taken place in our day, in all probability someone would have taken the garment and placed it in a glass case in some cathedral to be a memorial or shrine. Others might go to a greater extreme and cut it up into prayer cloths and send them out through the mail.

This dear woman pressed through and touched the hem of Jesus’ garment. Then Jesus, knowing the frailty and weakness of man, immediately called this woman to His side and said: “Thy faith hath made thee whole.”

This was the message: “There is no virtue in My garment which you touched. It is nothing more than a piece of cloth.”

There is no mysticism, no magic — Jesus simply looked at this woman and said, “Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole!” He was explaining to her that it was not some ritual she went through by pressing through the crowd and grabbing hold of His garment. That had nothing to do with it.

The garment had nothing to do with it. But her faith had a lot to do with it! The greatest power in the world is power of faith in God. It is a power that will enable you to claim all God has promised. It is a power that will give you victory over the Jerichos of life and take you on, like aged Caleb, to conquer your mountain and achieve your destiny.

During the next few days I want to share three things that happened in this woman’s life to make possible her impossibilities.

If you apply these three things to your circumstances, you, too, will find your impossibilities becoming possible.

Remember…all things are possible to those who believe!

Make this declaration:

God is in the process of making all my impossibilities possible. Mark 5:25-29


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