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DAY 126: DON'T AVIOD THE IMPOSSIBLE (Matthew 14:16) God's Promises and Oaths are "UNCHANGING"

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Matthew 14:16

But Jesus said to them, "They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.


Jared discussed the importance of not avoiding the impossible with God's word. He emphasized the role of faith and obedience in impossible situations and shared his experience of feeling uncomfortable but answering God's call. The group also discussed the importance of keeping one's eyes open and taking a leap of faith, focusing on Hebrews 6:17-18. He encouraged the group to proceed with faith and take steps of obedience, even when situations seemed impossible. He reminded them that following Christ may involve discomfort and challenging situations. Jared also shared his experience of feeling uncomfortable but answering God's call to go back to university to study the Bible and theology despite his age and the challenges of balancing studies with family life. He suggested that God's plan for individuals can change and evolve, as the Bible shows. Jared discusses the importance of keeping one's eyes open and taking a leap of faith, focusing on Hebrews chapter 6, verses 17 through 18. He emphasizes the immutable things of God's promise and oath, which are unchanging and immovable, and the need to be rooted and constant in our faith in Him. Jared also discusses the process of deification, which involves praying, fasting, praying, and giving to others to work for their salvation. He highlights that the Bible is an entire way to achieve salvation through prayer, fasting, and sharing.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell


Numbers 6:24-26

"The Lord bless you and keep you;

25 The Lord make His face shine upon you,

And be gracious to you;

26 The Lord [a]lift up His countenance upon you,

And give you peace."'





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