Is there Anything Too Hard for GOD???


Is there anything too hard for God? This is something I have been thinking about all day today and the fact of the matter is, of course not.  Sometimes we allow our problems, unwanted situations or circumstances to be as big as we are, which in our eyes is pretty big.  But truth is God, who created Heaven and Earth is so big that we can’t even imagine and what may seem to be a big issue in our eyes, is not an issue at all to God.  Why you might ask? Because He holds the whole world in His hands.  He created the Universe, the stars, the sky, the trees, the ocean.  He created you.  He created everything.  He already knows what is going to happen before it ever transpires and He knows how you are going to handle it.

So if we know that nothing is too hard for God, why are we letting the issues and weight of the world hold us down?  It is imperative that we get to that place in life where no matter what is happening around us, we have a firm belief in the capability, strength, certainty, reliability, truth, and consistency of God and God alone.   The capability of God supercedes that of any other because He has all power in His hands.  His strength is far greater than we could ever imagine possible.  The certainty of God is based on His word, we must study the word so we can know the word for ourselves and in turn take Him at His word so we can be certain that He will do what His word says.  God is the definition of what reliable means.  We can always rely on Him when no one else is around.  He is the way, the truth and the light and He consistently shows us grace and mercy each and every day even though we don’t deserve it.

With God, your troubles and dilemmas are never what they appear to be, but if we try to work it out and handle it the way we want to, it just may be exactly what it appears.  Set yourself to the side for a minute, or as my friend would say, stop trying to grow a brain J.  Just trust God.  I think it’s safe to say that for the most part, we trust people that we know.  Could this be why it’s so hard for you to trust God, because you don’t really know Him?  I encourage you right now to build a relationship with the architect of your life.  Get to know Him.  Spend time with Him.  Then while you are going through the ups and downs of life, you will have the innate ability to see things totally different and look to your creator first above all things and trust He’s already working it out for your good and for His glory. #iDeclare #thereisnothingtoohardforGod




Heavenly Father, I thank you for the opportunity to come boldly before your throne.  Thank you for your grace and your mercy that is new each and every day.  I decree and declare right now I believe with all my heart that there is nothing too hard for you.  I trust you will all things, good or bad and no matter what season of life I may be in, I will seek you first and put my trust in you.  In Jesus name, Amen.



Jeremiah 32:17 NLT ““O Sovereign LORD! You made the heavens and earth by your strong hand and powerful arm. Nothing is too hard for you!”

Jeremiah 32:27KJV “Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?”




Often times we strive for perfection in ourselves and even look for it in other people as well, but the fact of the matter is that no one is perfect.  We all make mistakes, and as the bible states in Romans 3:23, we all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.  The only perfect person to ever walk this earth is Jesus Christ and that was a part of His purpose.  He came to live a life of perfection so that He could be an example.  Here is something I want to just throw out there that I was thinking about earlier, is it possible to strive for perfection but not be saved and know Christ as your personal Lord and Savior?  If you don’t know Jesus who is the definition of perfection in my book, or believe in who He is, how will you know what you are striving for?  Just a thought, and I’d love to hear feedback.

Nevertheless, when it comes to perfection do not beat yourself up or allow someone else to.  Take everyday one day at a time.  If you slip up, learn from your mistakes and try again until you get it right.  Then turn around and show someone else that same compassion.  I learned a while ago that it is not what you say to me that matters, it’s what I say to me that matters. In other words, I had to find my own distinctive identity and be confident in who I am when I look at myself in the mirror every morning.  See, in a real battle the battleground is always internal.  It is so easy to point the finger at other people because it allows you to take the focus off yourself and put it on someone else.  While you are busy trying to figure out everyone else, it is important that you understand you.  Be comfortable with you, love you, get to know your likes or dislikes, strengths, abilities and even your weaknesses.  This way, when someone else decides to point out your imperfections or say what you can or cannot do, who you can or cannot be, you will have enough confidence and buoyancy inside of you to reject it and not receive any negative seeds planted in your life.  Most importantly you should be able to stand on the word and know that perfect or not, you ARE a child of the King, an heir of God and a joint heir with Jesus Christ.  Never let someone else define who you are! #iDeclare #perfection




Heavenly Father, I thank you for your Son Jesus Christ.  Thank you for sending Him to be my perfect example.  Help me to understand my unique identity in you more and more each day.  I decree and declare that I will not point the finger at anyone else and I will operate with a spirit of compassion, no matter who it is.  I will never let anyone else define who I am.  In Jesus name, Amen.



1 Peter 2: 21- 22 KJV “For even hereunto were you called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that you should follow his steps: Who did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth:”

Colossians 3: 23-24 NLT  “Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Remember that the Lord will give you an inheritance as your reward, and that the Master you are serving is Christ.