Spiritual Warfare: 'God Does What Seems Impossible'

God's Power for Our Battles — Thursday, May 30, 2024

Jesus said, "The things that are impossible for people to do are possible for God to do."
— Luke 18:27 GWT

Today's Prayer

Lord, I confess that my faith is still small. I look at my problems and try to fix them with my ideas, human analysis, and earth-bound thinking. My kneejerk reaction to any trial I face is to figure out what I can do. Then, I turn to You later — when I've completely exhausted every human answer to my difficult situation. Forgive me. In the future, I ask that the Holy Spirit help me to lean on You. — to seek You in prayer, first. Your ways are far above my ways. Your solutions are always better than anything I can imagine and better than any method I can apply. Your ways accomplish Your purposes. From now on, Lord, please remind me to pray before I attempt any solution based on human wisdom. In Jesus' Name, Amen.

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Illustration of Luke 18:27 GWT — Jesus said, "The things that are impossible for people to do are possible for God to do."

About This Devotional

Spiritual Warfare is a daily devotional about God's power for our battles.

The Prayer for Spiritual Warfare is written by Steve Hemphill.