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  • Writer's pictureDavid Chadwick

Davidisms: But God

“Ah, Lord God! It is you who have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and by your outstretched arm! Nothing is too hard for you” (Jeremiah 32:17).

It’s something we need to be reminded of every single day: Nothing is impossible with God.

What does this mean for God’s people?

That God - the One who created this world - oversees this world. Oversees the laws of how this world operates. And can supersede those laws whenever he wants to. Any time. Any day. In every way.

Here is a simple, memorable, two-word phrase to remind ourselves daily of God’s omnipotent power: “But God!”

Go through your Bible and underline all the times where there’s a difficult problem facing God’s people. Relational conflict. Lingering physical pain. A seemingly insurmountable mountain.

Then look at what happened next: But God! God dealt with the problem in a supernatural way.

Would you dare to believe today that God is bigger, greater, stronger than any of your problems? And that by faith - by trusting in him - he is able to supernaturally overcome them all? He is!

Believe it. It’s true! Today and forever.

But God!

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