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Mark 9:23
Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.

All things are possible to him that believeth. What “all things” is the Bible talking about? One aspect of the thread of truth that God Almighty is weaving into His great tapestry of truth, is the all things in Romans 8:28, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”

It doesn’t matter what is happening in our lives today, if we believe, all things are possible. It’s even possible that the hard thing and rough place in life that I’m suffering today, will work together for good. It may seem that the one horrible thing in front of me today could never be good. However, when I believe God is just, holy, righteous and reigning from His throne in mercy and compassion, even the one horrible thing of today can work out and be joined to the bigger plan of God for my life and be good.

All things, when they come together as one, works for good. The problem is our latent, undiscovered mistrust of God. Often we are too religious to admit it but when pushed into a seemingly impossible situation we discover a mistrust of God that we didn’t know existed in our heart. There is a distinct difference in being religious and in having a spiritual relationship with the lover of our soul.

When I am truly in love with Jesus I don’t question His motives. No matter how hard the current place in my life is, I know Jesus loves me and nothing is impossible with Him.

There was a day when the LORD showed Abraham all the stars of creation and said, this is what your seed is going to be like. You are going to be a great nation. Then the Bible says in Genesis 15:6, “And he believed in the LORD; and he counted it to him for righteousness.”

Abraham was a righteous man that day simply because he believed God. God honored Abraham’s stand in faith that day and fulfilled every promise given to Abraham by God.

The way things look, feel and appear today have nothing to do with the possibilities or impossibilities of the situation. All things are possible, simply believe.