Saturday, July 27, 2013

Writing Prompt Image—Impossibilities

I took this picture off of my screened porch. I love to watch those rare times when it's raining and the sun is shining. It reminds me that God can do anything! 

I'd love to know, what impossibilities has God worked in your life or the lives of those around you? 

"We have a God who delights in impossibilities." - Billy Sunday

Share your answers in the comment section below. 

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  1. My daughter was told by several doctors she would never have a baby due to a health condition. She finally decided to give up the fertility treatments a couple years ago and resigned herself to the fact she'd never be a mother. My granddaughter Hope was born May 10, 2013. Talk about miracle.

  2. About thirty years ago I went through a divorce, lost my business, my home and everything I owned. I turned my life over to God and in less than three years had all those things back including a home in the country and a job that I worked at till I retired in Jan 04. Irony of that is I learned the job OJT in Vietnam while running from God. In July 03 my youngest daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumor. We prayed together that she would live long enough for her kids to know who she was. My niece's Mom, who was near my daughters's age, died when my niece was 5 and she has virtually no memories of her Mom. Because of my heart attack in Jan 04 I was able to be with my daughter and take her to appointments during the seven year long battle. After 3 operations and all the chemo and radiation she could have she passed away in August 2010. She was completely cognizant right to the end, though paralyzed on her right side. She was a lefty, Thank God. Her whole family including her three teenage sons were gathered at her side when she went home. Our prayer was answered. Would we have liked to have more time, certainly, but God gave us what we asked for. Thank you Lord

  3. I've just been reading through my journals for the past 13 years. Five years ago I was at one of the lowest points of my life with a dissolving marriage, possible bankruptcy and an uncertain calling. Now I look back on the miracle that God did for me. I have a fully redeemed and love filled marriage (same husband, of course), restoration of wealth and provision beyond my wildest dreams. Though I was clueless about what God was doing during that low point, I trusted him enough to follow him to a new town for his purpose. He then gave me an entirely different life. He is so faithful and good to his people! Thanks for letting me share that story:)

  4. When I was pregnant with my third child, we were told to abort her because she had numerous problems prenatally. When we decided to continue with the pregnancy, our doctor told us, "If you are waiting for a miracle, it isn't going to happen." Well...we ended up getting a front row seat to the impossible becoming possible. Read her whole story at:

  5. Thank you for sharing these with us every week. They are always so beautiful and inspiring.