Take the Limits Off God

Sometimes we go through pain, disappointment, or rejection for such a long time that it almost becomes normal, a way of life for us. But I believe the Spirit of God put a word on my heart for you this evening that you need to take the limits off God. Nothing is too hard for him – no martial issue, no financial struggle, no prodigal child, no sickness, no amount of heartache. God is able to turn your situation around and make you the victor and not the victim, the head and not the tail. That is the kind of God we serve, and with him, all things are possible (Matthew 19:26). It is never too late for God.

I want to take you into the Word of God. In the book of Psalm 90, the psalmist prayed, “Give us gladness in proportion to our former misery! Replace the evil years with good” (verse 15 NLT). In other words, give us double for our trouble. God said in Isaiah 61, “For your shame ye shall have double...” (verse 7 KJV). After Job lost everything, God restored him and gave him twice as much as he had before.

After Joseph was betrayed, sold as a slave, lied on, and thrown in Pharaoh’s dungeon, he became the prime minister of Egypt. And he was able to say, “God has made me fruitful in the land of my affliction” (Genesis 41:52). God blessed him in the same place that caused him the most grief, and he is about to do the same for you. He makes all things work together for good, so your setback is a setup for your breakthrough, a blessing in disguise (Romans 8:28).

So, the psalmist continued his prayer in Psalm 90, saying, “Let us, your servants, see you work again; let our children see your glory” (verse 16). Several years ago, God blew us away and answered so many of our prayers in one day, we did not know what to do with ourselves. We had been believing him for certain things for years, and in a matter of twenty-four hours, God gave us our hearts’ desire. God is about to give somebody reading this newsletter a breakthrough in twenty-four hours.

And before we saw that explosion of answered prayer on that miraculous day, the Holy Spirit prompted me to read Matthew 21. When I reached verse 22, I felt the presence of God sweep through my living room. Jesus’s words to his disciples got a hold of my soul. “You can pray for anything, and if you have faith, you will receive it” (Matthew 21:22). That was my word, and that day, we experienced answered prayer after answered prayer.

And that word is for you today. The Lord Jesus is saying to you, you can pray for anything. You can ask for anything, and if you just believe, you will receive. Jesus said, “If you had faith even as small as a mustard seed, you could say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it would move. Nothing would be impossible’” (Matthew 17:20). Take the limits off God. He is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all that you can ask or think (Ephesians 3:20).

The psalmist finished his prayer, saying, “And may the Lord our God show us his approval and make our efforts successful. Yes, make our efforts successful!” (verse 17). In Jeremiah 32, God told Jeremiah, “Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?” (verse 27 KJV). The answer is nothing is too hard for God. I dare you to believe him again. Put your trust in him again. Stand on his word, and he will not disappoint you.

Father, I lift your people up before you and join my faith with them. You are the all-knowing, all-powerful God. All power is yours in heaven and on earth. Give your people a miracle. Answer their prayer. Restore them like you restored Job and Joseph. You delivered your people before, and you will do it again because you are the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). Nothing is too hard for you. You are the God of the impossible, and we take the limits off you.

We thank you in advance for the breakthrough, a ridiculous breakthrough, a breakthrough that doesn’t make sense. Lift your hands to heaven. I feel the anointing of the Holy Spirit. God is answering our prayers. He is about to blow our minds. The psalmist said in Psalm 126, “When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion, we were like them that dream” (Psalm 126:1 KJV). God is going to bless you to the point that you will feel like you are dreaming. And he is going to favor you to fulfill his plan and purpose. In Jesus’s name, we pray, amen.

God bless,
Pastors Sean and Aimee Pinder

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