He Is Called The God of the Impossible.
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There are days I look around and wonder “God what are we doing?”
I see unrest in the world.
We teeter on the edge of world war three.
People are struggling to make ends meet.
I watch protests in big cities, scratch my head and wonder “How can this be?”
What was a hate crime yesterday is now celebrated by some.
A year ago, what was grounds for public scorn and canceling is not only tolerated but “understood” by the agenda setters.
People are nervous about the future, Hell, I’m unsure of what’s going to happen.
I watch as many seem to think ignorance will get them through.
A segment of our population tries to ignore the beast in the corner, growling at us, threatening to take us down.
I know how we got here, at least I have my suspicions.
We allowed power to overtake us during a fearful time.
Authoritarianism loves the smell of fear and will use it to attach strings to its victims hence becoming the puppet master.
And we played right along.
I hear popular podcasters skirt the topics not wanting to push their audience.
They pretend their avoidance is some virtuous stand as they sell products and talk of self improvement and how we can make ourselves better, ignoring the fact that we also need to be part of a community solution.
In other words: It’s not all about the individual.
I understand their fear taking a stand, a position, has great cost.
But as I look back at history the avoiders quickly turned into part of the problem back then and it will happen again.
So with all these thoughts fluttering around in my head it is no wonder I look for a God of the Impossible.
I see tiny flowers still alive at the top of mountains and wonder how they survive?
I see tree’s growing out of rocks on rugged peaks and think “who did that?”
I watch as brave people stand against tyranny and oppression and ask myself “Where did they find the power to do such a thing?”
And then I am reminded, the same God we serve, also serves them.
It is not about what we see that matters it’s the things below the surface that are important.
“For with God nothing is impossible.”