HOW TO TRUST GOD – (Part 2) …

Mark 9:23 – “And Jesus said to him, “If You can! All things are possible to him who believes.” NASB

As we continue in our pursuit of learning to Fully Trust God in All Things and at All Times, we remember that we saw the Position of God that He is Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnipresent.  He is The Living God!

We also need to consider the Success of God.  He has a record that is without error or failure. He never fails.   He did not fail Abraham on Mt. Moriah but provided a lamb to take Isaac’s place.  He did not fail the Three Hebrew Children in the Furnace but stepped in and protected them.  He did not fail the Woman with the Issue of Blood but Healed her as she touched the hem of his garment. 

The Gospel of Mark records 19 miracles that show the Supernatural Power exercised by Jesus.  Eight of them demonstrate the Power over Disease.  Five of them demonstrate the Power over Nature.  Four of them reveal the Authority over demons.  Two of them exemplify the Power over Death.  Jesus Never Fails and He is the same yesterday, today, and forever!  We can and should Trust Him!

The very Nature, Being, and Character of God denies the possibility of failure.  There is no disease He cannot conquer. There is no task He cannot accomplish.  Death cannot hold Him and cannot hold us, who are In Him!  He has not and will not fail.

The Ministry and Focus of Jesus are ‘You and Me.’  He said, “If you can believe, all things are possible to them that believe.”  The incredible declaration of Isaiah 53 should be a constant reminder of our promise and provision in Him.  He was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities, the chastisement of our peace was upon Him and by His stripes, we are healed.  This blessing comes to us from Him our of His incredible Love and Grace.

He has paved the way for our needs to be supplied.  He died so that we could survive and thrive.  When we see Who He is, His Success, and His inability to Fail we can have confidence that Whatever He Promised He Will Provide.

He invites us to “ask what we will.”  He invites us to “come unto Him and receive.”  His is The Living God and we can Trust Him!

May the LORD bless you richly as you enjoy this day in Him!

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