Topic: Nothing Is Too Hard For Him [Sunday December 3, 2017]
“Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me?” Jeremiah 32:27 (KJV
When God said all flesh, He means all flesh; including birds, lions, people, Presidents, Prime Minister and Ambassadors. Whatever is flesh he is God over all of them. That means He can speak to a President on your behalf and force him to do what He wants. Remember that the bible says, the heart of a king is in His hands. He can direct it to anywhere He wishes. The living obeys the God of all flesh.
I don’t know who you desire should intervene in your affairs and instead is becoming an obstacle. I declare that God will step in for you and get you through that situation. He is the God of all flesh. And there is nothing too hard for Him. That is why He can prepare a table in front of your enemy and ask you to eat while they watch.
Beloved, why will God know that there is an enemy before you and yet He still prepares a table? It is because He is the God of all flesh. He will tell them to watch you. And they will be watching you because their assignment is to wash the plates. The number of years you have been in a situation does not intimidate God. Nothing is too hard for Him, He will bring you out.
The God of all flesh delivered and brought out Daniel unhurt from the den of hungry lions. God had already spoken to the lions before Daniel was thrown in. He said to them, somebody is coming, he is not your food. But when I am through, I will send the ones for your food. And so when Daniel was thrown in, the lions did not touch him because the God of all flesh had earlier spoken to them. If you can just sit down to meditate about this God, all your stress will stop and all your struggles will be over.
Further Reading: Proverbs 21:1, Daniel 6:16-28
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Ezekiel 45-46; Evening- 1 John 2
Written by Dr. Mike Okonkwo; Is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord.