Most of us like our world to operate in a predictable way that we can control. We know what’s important to us, and we accept our own limitations. Day felt by, and it’s all quite agreeable until suddenly everything changes and we can barely recognize our lives at all. It can feel as though we have fallen into no-man’s-land. We have no grid for understanding how we got there.
It’s similar to Alice as she tumbled into a world where the Red queen lived in Through the Looking-Glass and she responds to her new situation when she is asked to believe impossible things. “Alice laughed: There’s no use in trying,’ she said one can’t believe impossible things.’
The queens says ‘to her you haven’t much practice.‘ the queen told her “when I was younger. I always did it half an hour a day. She states that sometimes she believed as many as 6 impossibilities before breakfast.
As we begin to shine a little light on the bigger issues in our experiences. We can see that the reality of the world and why how things are even possible.
What keeps us from believing impossible things? What causes us to imagine the world is rolling along almost without hope?
What is we believed what Jesus told us? “with man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.” (Mark 10:27) We would begin to trust that no matter how things look. God still reigns.
When we experience the bleak moments of life, look up and see the One who offers you His grace. Reach out to our Creator, the One who makes all things possible. God knows all that is possible for us, and He wants you to know it, too. Jesus said it out loud “All things are possible with God.