RSS Feed for This PostCurrent Article

Your “Never” Doesn’t Matter To God!

Gabriel greeted her:Good morning! You’re beautiful with God’s beauty, Beautiful inside and out! God be with you. She was thoroughly shaken, wondering what was behind a greeting like that. But the angel assured her, “Mary, you have nothing to fear. God has a surprise for you: You will become pregnant and give birth to a son and call his name Jesus. He will be great, be called ‘Son of the Highest. The Lord God will give him the throne of his father David;

He will rule Jacob’s house forever— no end, ever, to his kingdom.” Mary said to the angel, “But how? I’ve never slept with a man.”The angel answered, The Holy Spirit will come upon you, the power of the Highest hover over you; Therefore, the child you bring to birth will be called Holy, Son of God. “And did you know that your cousin Elizabeth conceived a son, old as she is? Everyone called her barren, and here she is six months pregnant! Nothing, you see, is impossible with God.“And Mary said, “Yes, I see it all now: I’m the Lord’s maid, ready to serve. Let it be with me just as you say. Then the angel left her.” Luke 1:26-38TM


We are not far from celebrating the greatest miracle and gift to mankind. Mary could not have known it, though she knew it was big, the fullness of what role she would hold in history when she agreed to God’s will. When this stranger, Gabriel, visited her small Jewish home.

Like many of us, it wasn’t that Mary was not willing to do whatever God asked of her but her human mind tried so hard to wrap her brain around HOW God would accomplish His will. HOW could God use this little girl to perform the greatest miracle in history.

Mary’s response to this word from God was “But How? When I have never slept with a man”, Gabriel’s answer was simple, “Nothing, you see, is impossible with God!” Luke 1:34

When God has given you the vision and shown you your destiny you may say “But how I’ve never…”. You may “have never”, but “Nothing you see is impossible with God!”.Nothing you have done, or not done, can keep God’s purpose from being fulfilled as long as the servant is willing. God is not concerned with the education, the accolades, the people you know, your age, or the amount of money in your bank account. He is only looking for someone to say ” Yes, I see it all now: I’m… ready to serve. Let it be with me just as you say.

The “But How’s?” may be following you everyday this Christmas season. But How will God provide for my bills? But How can God ever restore what is broken? But How can I ever see hope again? But How will God bring this big vision I carry into reality? But How can I believe again, trust again? But How?  Even the most faith-filled person asks “but how”? …. Nothing You See Is Impossible with God!

No matter what challenges face you, do not abort or miscarry what God has placed in your heart because of fear or doubt. Mary had to face shaming her family, financial insecurity (I mean her child was born in a barn!), being left at the altar, even possible death. But, just as was the case with Mary, carried to full term God may use you to change the world!

Comments (1)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Gary D says:

    How encouraging!!
    The entire mystery of “FAITH” was known and revealed by this young uneducated, inexperienced very-young “girl”, with no voice in society, yet effecting all human history afterward. Her deep understanding later launched Jesus ministry in Canaan. Why do we with all our tools and education afforded us today screw things up by complicating the simple truth she demonstrated in her life. “Whatever He says, do it” and all things are (become) possible with God.
    Thank you for reminding us that God made overcoming a simple method on our part. Praise to the Highest, for what we celebrates in the Christmas season, The Lord God has answered all!
    Thanks again

Post a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a Gravatar.

Internet Genius