Tuesday, December 23, 2008


During the Christmas season I am often reminded of the possibility of impossibilities.
The impossibility of a virgin conceiving a child.
The impossibility of God being born, no less through a human.
The impossibility of a man being fully human, yet fully God.
The impossibility of a carpenter's son being The Messiah.
The impossibility of a humble servant being The King.
The impossibility of the blind seeing, the deaf hearing, the lame walking.
The impossibility of the captive being set free, the broken made whole.
The impossibility of the sick made well, the hungry fed, the wounded healed.
The impossibility of the dead being raised from the grave.
The impossibility of being "born again.
The impossibility of faithfulness triumphing over the power of all evil.
The impossibility of the most loving being the most hated.
The impossibility of a man willing to lay down His life for others.
The impossibility of forgiveness for the unforgivable.
The impossibility of a Savior who takes away the sins of the entire world.
Do you have an impossible circumstance in your life today?
Rejoice, this is the season of possibilities!
In the following... One Solitary Life was written by James Francis in 1926. In 248 words he captured the essence of how the life of Christ has made a powerful difference for over 2000 years.
Therefore, to celebrate His birth this Christmas season click on the link below...it's only 3 minutes


PDX Granny said...

What a great reminder that with God all things are possible.

Sydney said...

I passed the link on to my husband, who will certainly appreciate it too.

Cher said...

Thanks for being an ardent reader of SHUFFLE and a faithful commenter. I appreciate your encouragement more than you know. (I just posted the next chapter on the Shuffle blog. You'll be the first to read it!)

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