With Jesus Nothing is Impossible

The same Jesus who opened the eyes of the blind, gave hearing to the deaf, healed the lame and the leper, and raised the dead back to life, knows your name. In Christ nothing is impossible. No life is too broken or gone to be saved. No marriage or relationship is too past saving. No sickness or addiction is too powerful. In Jesus, all things are possible.


In my brief time on this planet one lesson I have learned well is this… even if Jesus doesn’t, His plan, purpose, and grace are enough for me. Even though Jesus could have stopped the wreck that tried to destroy my life, He didn’t. Although Satan thought the wreck and death of my late wife Cassie and daughter Brynleigh would destroy me, Jesus had a purpose beyond the pain. Today everything that Satan tried to steal is still in the unshakable hands of the God of the universe.


My prayer for us both today is we would remember with Jesus it isn’t a matter of “if He can”. He is the God of the impossible. When Jesus speaks, galaxies spin into existence. The same God who conquered death, hell, and the grave lives in me. In Christ nothing is beyond His power to save, redeem, restore, and rebuild.

God Given Wisdom

I admit there are deep moments of insecurity and feeling totally unprepared to face the challenges that life can bring my way. It is in these moments of my human weakness and failure that I continue to realize how desperately I need Jesus.


Are you facing uncertainty or trials in your life? God tells us to come and seek wisdom as He gives us the right perspective for whatever we are facing. Do you lack wisdom tonight? Through our faith in Jesus we can come to God, ask for wisdom and He will give us more than enough.

His Mercies Are New Today

As the sun rises on a new day may the love of Jesus flood every part of your heart and mind. May this gift of a new day fill you with joy. No matter what pain or hurt you might be facing today, never let us take another sunrise for granted. Today is a gift from the Lord and His mercies are new today (Lamentations 3:21-23).


So often we take each day for granted as if life will always continue on uninterrupted. In the daily struggle we lose sight of eternity and slowly drift into a cycle of repetition that leaves us empty, distracted, and anxious about so many different things. Today can be different… Jesus calls on us to cast our anxieties on Him because He cares for us (1 Peter 5:7).


My prayer for us today is we would not be consumed by the worry and anxieties of life. Let us look to Jesus as the source of our “daily bread” as He promises to provide for our needs for today. Let us look to the Shepherd and draw near to Him. Here in the presence of Jesus we will find rest (Matthew 11:28) as He gives us mercy and grace to help us in our time of need (Hebrews 4:16).