Impossible is impossible.

That’s my conclusion at the end of today. And I am giddy with joy.

Because me knowing God was the most impossible thing on planet earth; my sin removed me as far away from God as a person could be. Yet God Himself made a way where there was absolutely no way to be made. He sent Jesus to take my place, to bear the judgement that was to be mine, to bear the brunt of God’s anger. He became my scapegoat. Literally.

William Holman Hunt

And now, I can know God. The utterly impossible made possible.

And if God did that for me, anything in the whole world and beyond is now possible.

Awesome. This is a word reserved for  God-things. But this is just plain awesome.

Impossible is now impossible. How awesome is that?

Cultivating Thankfulness with Ann

One-Thousand-Gifts-3Dleft#567 My brand new closet, all organized and beautiful

#568Watching an adopted child making his home in our midst 

#569 The anticipation of His kindness to me today

#570 A little break from bad weather

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