God loves ridiculous

God loves impossibilities.

If there is a theme God is on this week, I believe this is it!

God loves impossibilities.

The very nature of faith is that it is found on the landscape of the ridiculous. The impossible. The incapable. The hopeless. The unattainable. 

This is where faith lives, alive, vibrant and powerful. It’s the terrain faith is built for.

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1

The Dead Sea is becoming a place of ridiculousness.

Many of you will know, some will have been there as have I and bathed in what is considered the lowest point on dry land on planet earth, holding water that is ten times saltier than the ocean, making it completely inhospitable to any life form.

At least that is what they used to think. It was what we were told as we waded into its waters and encouraged not to get any of it in our eyes.

But one of the things we know when we walk with God over time, is that His word spoken never comes back to him void, empty, unfulfilled.

Ezekiel prophesised that, “The waters of this stream will make the salty waters of the Dead Sea fresh and pure. There will be swarms of living things wherever the water of this river flows. Fish will abound in the Dead Sea, for its waters will become fresh. Life will flourish wherever this water flows.” (Ezekiel 47:8-9)

In 2011 a young tourist, Samantha Siegel was videoing by the edge of the Dead Sea where fresh fish were swimming in the water. This footage turned the scientific community upside down and teams of researchers from Ben Gurion University in the Negev desert sent researchers to the floor of the Dead Sea.

What they found was impossibile, riduculous evidence and substance of a thing hoped for centuries ago by the Prophet Ezekiel.

The divers discovered huge craters on the seafloor (15meters across x 20 meters deep), full of fresh fish and covered with mats of microorganisms, with fresh water flowing from the craters.

Science had been messed with. The scientific community still bewildered and perplexed.

God loves impossibilities. It’s his favorite place to target and serve with His goodness.

I invite you to reconsider hope.

“Father God have I come under an atmosphere that says you don’t do the impossible and you can’t do the impossible for me?

Forgive me for any way I have allowed myself to come under the enemy’s realm of doubt, discouragement, unbelief and hopelessness. 

I break free of….  (Name specifically what you have experienced). I choose now to no longer partner with this in Jesus name.  

I ask you Jesus to pick me up and seat me back next to you, where my authority is positionally set. I thank you that “God raised us up together and seated us in the heavenly realms with Christ Jesus” (Eph 2:6)”

I invite you to sit and look down at your feet. See those impossibilities under your feet. What do they look like now?

This is the place you pray from. It’s not that it’s not happening, but you see it from a different perspective. I invite you to ask God how He sees what is under your feet now?

Enjoy! And leave a testimony in comments below of what God did!

Cheering for you! God loves impossibilities!

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