Jesus christ - the seven impossibles that he made possible.

JESUS CHRIST - THE SEVEN IMPOSSIBLES THAT HE MADE POSSIBLE.
14 May 2021 | By Pst. Gitahi Daniel

He was born in Bethlehem but hailed from Nazareth. 

He was perfect as a child up until the point of His glorification. 

If all the miracles, the signs and wonders He performed were to be recorded, not even all the books in the world would have been enough (John 21:25) 

Jesus further possessed the seven characters of the Holy Spirit as foretold in Isaiah 11:2, He would.

Isaiah 11:2 The Spirit of the Lord will rest on him— the Spirit of wisdom and of understanding, the Spirit of counsel and of might, the Spirit of the knowledge and fear of the Lord —"

The Seven Characterstics of the Holy Spirit. 

1. The Spirit of the Lord. This is Power and authority and the same has been given unto us. 

2. The spirit of Wisdom. 

3. The spirit of Knowledge. There is divine knowhow that men receive to enable them do exploits. 

4. The spirit of Counsel. Having a teachable spirit and the willingness to receive counsel. 

5. The spirit of Might. 

6. The spirit of Power. 

7. The spirit of Understanding. 

 THE SEVEN IMPOSSIBLES JESUS MADE POSSIBLE. 

 1. Power over nature. John 6:16 

He spoke to the storm and all became calm and quiet. We have the power and chance to change situations by speaking to them. 

 2. Power over death. 

He conquered death even death on a cross. He has given us the same power 1 John 4:4 

3. Power over misfortunes. 

He makes the impossibles possible. With Him, nothing is impossible (Luke 1:37)

 4. Power over time. 

There is appointed time to prosper for all believers. Unfortunately, the spirit of delay has hindered these appointed seasons. 

Jesus dealt with time. In John 5:1-7, a certain man was in a helpless condition for over 30 years. He was always hindered by others from entering the Bethesda pool for healing. 

After hearing the predicament, Jesus simply told him to pick up the mat and walk. Jesus dealt with the spirits that were hindering him, of delay and of diversion. 

5. Power over quantity. John 6:1-15 

This is the power of multiplication. Jesus fed the multitude with five loaves of bread and two small fish. 

On this day, He displayed great power over limitations and quantity. 

 

6. Power over distance. John 4:50 

Jesus only sent a word to a certain man's son back home at Carpenaum from Galilee. On getting home the following day, this man found his son, who had been ailing, healed and well. He enquired about the time of his healing only to confirm that it was the same time that Jesus had sent the Word. 

7. Power over quality. John 2:1-12 

Jesus turned water into the best wine. This was the first public miracle ever and it was Mary, His mother that actually reported that there was no wine at the banquet to Him. This is because Mary knew that her son was not any ordinary man but God. 

Jesus, immeditaely turned the available water into wine. The wine was so good that the master of the feast lamented how the bridegroom had kept the best wine until much later, and given to the guests the cheaper wine at first.

Throughout His entire life, Jesus manifested power by making the impossibles possible. We carry the same power. He said we would do more than HE. 

 


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