God Of The Impossible


I am a graduate from Southwestern Adventist University with a B.S. in Communications. I like to read, write blogs, workout, and hang out with friends. My only goal and desire is to use my talents and skills for God’s glory and to fulfill the calling that he has placed in my life.

It was the final semester of my senior year of college at Southwestern Adventist University. As I was getting ready for my classes, I receive a phone call from one of the staff at student financial services, letting me know that I had a balance that I needed to pay off in order to get cleared for spring semester. I will admit, I was a little stressed out about the situation, and my classes did get dropped eventually after a few days of not paying off the balance. I did not know what to do or how I was going to pay off this balance. All I did every night before bed and every morning before I left the dorm was fall on my knees and prayed, claiming God’s promises that He will supply all my needs according to His riches in glory (Philippians 4:19).

After a while, I was not as stressed out as I was. During this trial I was in, I began to recall the times when God provided for me when I needed money to stay in school, and it increased my faith that God was going to provide for me that semester. I did not know how He was going to do it; I did not know where the money was going to come from, but I had faith that God was going to make a way. I began reaching out to my pastor to see if the church could assist me in any way, financially, to pay my registration bill so I could get cleared, and they could not help me with anything. I also reached out to one of my pastor friends in ministry for prayers that God would provide in some way.

One Thursday afternoon, I was heading back to work after lunch, and I received a phone call from the student financial services. When I get there, I talked to one of the staff members there in his office, and he went over everything with the balance. Next thing he told me was that he reached out to the Southwestern Union, and they pitched in the money that I needed to get cleared and stay in school. I was speechless in that office, but I praise God that He came through when I really needed help.

God is the God of the impossible, and He is still in the business of providing every need for you, whether it is physical, mental, emotional, or a spiritual need. I am reminded of the verse in Matthew 19:26 which says, “With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible.” I do not know what situation you may be in right now when you need God to step in and provide for you and help you in whatever situations and trials you may be facing. Whatever it is, God is still in the business of accomplishing the impossible. Every promise that God has given us in His word, He will do for you. May you have faith in believing that God will do the impossible in your life.

Dear Heavenly Father, Thank You for Your promises, and may we hold on to them and claim them by faith, believing that You will bring them to pass. In Jesus’ name, amen.

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