No weapon formed against you shall prosper – Isaiah 54:17
Impossible situations you face are meant to Promote you to another Level!
In our walk with the Lord, there will be times when we face an impossible situation. In such times, He does not expect us to be discouraged and give-up, in fact it’s the right situation to push you into another dimension, to promote you from where you are to where He intends to take you.
It all depends on us, in such situations do you speak and expect victory as you trust in the Lord or do you speak defeat and hopelessness. There is no situation or mountain in this life which can overcome and defeat you, unless you let it. Life and Death is in the power of your tongue (Proverbs 18:21)
Those mountains that come against us is not from the Lord, but it’s from the enemy of our soul. Goliath stood as a mountain against the children of God, but David was not willing to be defeated, he trusted in the Lord enough to know that this mountain is no match for him, as He relies on the Lord. David’s response to the impossible situation he faced, turned out to be the turning point in his life. God used that situation to promote David to a level which would take him to be the King of Israel.
So when you walk through adverse circumstances, don’t ask, Why Lord? There are times, God will take you away from such situations, but then there other times when He wants you to stand against it and speak to that mountain to be moved (Mark 11:23) , for God is planning to use that situation to promote and push you to another level of fulfilling your purpose in life.
Let no circumstance, be it sickness, poverty or anything else discourage you, we know we are more than conquerors in Christ (Romans 8:37).
When you are facing the mountain it might feel and look like its impossible, but don’t give up, just stand firm on your confession of victory in Christ, you will see the mountain being moved and that giant being defeated. As He said to Joshua, Be strong and courageous, Fear not, I will be with you. (Joshua 1:9)
He always leads us in triumph in Christ (2 Corinthians 2:14)