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“everybody falls sometimes
gotta find the strength to rise
from the ashes
and make a new beginning
anyone can feel the ache
you think it’s more than you can take
but you’re stronger
stronger than you know

don’t you give up now
the sun will soon be shining
you gotta face the clouds
to find the silver lining

i’ve seen dreams that move the mountains
hope that doesn’t ever end
even when the sky is falling
i’ve seen miracles just happen
silent prayers get answered
broken hearts become brand new
that’s what faith can do

it doesn’t matter what you’ve heard
impossible is not a word
it’s just a reason
for someone not to try
everybody’s scared to death
when they decide to take that step
out on the water
it’ll be alright

life is so much more
than what your eyes are seeing
you will find your way
if you keep believing

i’ve seen dreams that move the mountains
hope that doesn’t ever end
even when the sky is falling
i’ve seen miracles just happen
silent prayers get answered
broken hearts become brand new
that’s what faith can do

overcome the odds
you don’t have a chance
that’s what faith can do
when the world says you can’t
it’ll tell you that you can

i’ve seen dreams that move the mountains
hope that doesn’t ever end
even when the sky is falling
and i’ve seen miracles just happen
silent prayers get answered
broken hearts become brand new
that’s what faith can do
that’s what faith can do

even if you fall sometimes
you will have the strength to rise…”

~ “what faith can do”.. by kutless

See.. I have seen miracles just happen. All those God things that you know could only be Him.

He can move the mountains.

Everything that the world says is impossible… is not. Such as moving mountains. Nothing is impossible with God…

Jesus said it this way: “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God” (Mark 10:27, NIV).

para Dios lo imposible no existe

para Dios lo imposible no existe

This sign hangs in the courtyard of Oscar’s school in Managua, Nicaragua where I went in August. It is such a crucial statement, but it has seemed even more so in my life all this year, and I had to have a picture of it. I’m not good with my Spanish, but I know enough of it to be able to read this easily. Translated literally, it says, “with God, the impossible does not exist.”

He can move any mountain.

And yes, I know this post is repetitious. But I like the different ways this statement is worded. I think they each give a very slightly different perspective, which, when looked at all together, give a more complete picture of how God is so able to do “exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think” (Ephesians 3:20-21, KJV)… way more than we could ever begin to imagine…

I don’t have a lot to say at the moment aside from this. With God, the impossible does not exist. Ever.

Pray, believe, praise. Now and constantly, please.

My daddy needs a job in a bad way. Jon is doing great… more tests to come for the possible seizures? Maybe.. Keep these situations in your prayers, please.

As you pray, believe, and praise for Jon and his family, catch up on their story if you haven’t already!