Have you ever been in a situation that seemed impossible? I’m sure you have. But not everything that appears impossible is impossible.
I was reading my 10 year old granddaughter’s riddle book. I want you to read one of the riddles and see if you know the answer:
Two fathers and their two sons go hunting in the woods.They each shoot a rabbit and bring it home. They don’t lose any rabbits but only have three when they arrive. How is that possible?
Seems impossible? Well, here’s the answer: There are only three men — from three generations. A grandfather, his son, and his grandson.
What seemed impossible, was absolutely possible. You just need to know the answer.
That’s exactly what happened to Naaman in the Old Testament. Naaman was a Syrian soldier who had leprosy, a disease that was considered impossible to cure. But He didn’t know about God. He did not know that God could cure him. Once he knew about God and what he needed to do, all he had to do was follow God’s instructions and the impossible would become possible. God wants to do the same for you. Remember, nothing is impossible with God.
This Sunday, November 10, will be our annual VETERANS RECOGNITION and we are going to show our appreciation to those who have served in our military. My sermon will be about Naaman called “Making the Impossible Possible” from 2 Kings 5:1-14.
Join me this Sunday @ 10:30 a.m.