Excuses that are oft repeated.
“I could never do that.”
“That will require more than I have to offer.”
“That will take a better man, or woman, than me.”
You could do it.
You already have within you that which is necessary to accomplish the task.
And you are the better man, and you are the better woman.
Doing the impossible is not accomplished by the masses.
It is accomplished by the enduring few.
Maybe even the one.
It is not original but if you take two letters out of the word impossible it looks like this:
The limitations that we put upon ourselves are never the limitations that God puts upon us.
The following exercise will take being honest with yourself, and me with myself.
Jot down one thing you consider impossible and only with God’s help could you accomplish it.
At the end of this seemingly impossible accomplishment write the word impossible and scratch out the letters “im”.
If you consider the extraction of those two letters, and phonetically pronounce them, you will find you have just extracted yourself as the biggest obstacle in doing the impossible.
Otherwise…I’m…I am…as in you and me.
We are our biggest obstacle.
We tell ourselves that it cannot be done and because we know ourselves so well, we believe it.
Who said these things are not possible?
Certainly not God.
In fact, it was Christ who said, “For nothing will be impossible with God.”
We believe, as well, the words of limitation that people in our lives heave upon us.
But we refuse to believe the words written in red by the most powerful person with unlimited potential that history has ever known.
Simply believe that you can do the unbelievable.
You can achieve the impossible.
Do not listen to those who say to you, “You can not change the world.”
You actually can!
God is a humongous God.
He gives us the inspiration to dream big.
God thinks like this.
Fed one family?
Feed one hundred.
Clothed ten children?
Clothe one hundred.
Ran a half marathon?
Run the second 13.1 miles and raise money for a cause while doing it.
You were born with unlimited potential.
Who lied to you and said something could not be done?
You lied to yourself and believed the lie.