“Impossible” is often how we define situations we’re looking at through past disappointments, judgments from others, and deeply held fears.
Release ownership of your disappointments to God. You’re not going to get lost obsessing over what hasn’t happened, or might have. You’re going to walk forward, focusing on what God says is possible.
Forgive those who’ve criticized, rejected, and hurt you. Refuse to let their sins against you live in your head. You are who God says you are, not what someone’s bitterness and insecurity judge you to be.
Tell your fears to go back to hell. Be what fear is most afraid of—a person who lives in and sees life through faith, hope, and love—and you will do the impossible today.
“With God, nothing will be impossible” (Luke 1:37).