“Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh. Is there anything too hard for Me?” Jeremiah 32:27

One of the things I like best about God is that He’s not limited.  By anything.  By anyone.

He’s not waiting around on any one of us to totally understand Him before He decides to reveal  more of Himself to the world.  He’s got a plan and He’s working it.

He’s not hanging back waiting on us to get up the courage to tell others about Him.  He loves it when we “help” with this task, but He’s quite capable of revealing Himself to us and those around us all by Himself.

He’s not waiting to heal you or your loved one until He can figure out how to do it.  Healing comes in many different forms and through different avenues or methods.  It is entirely possible that the healing HE knows is needed is different from the one you’re asking Him to give.

He’s not above using circumstances or people we don’t really like to draw us closer…to Him, to those around us and, indeed, to those people we don’t even really like or to those who will need to see that happen right before their very eyes.

He’s not above using fiction that has misspelled words and grammatical errors (or blog writers!) to touch hearts and guide those whose hearts are ready to get to a deeper level with Him.

No matter what you’re facing today, know this:  God is not limited.  Someone out there needs to know that.  Maybe it’s you.  Perhaps it’s someone you love or someone you work with every day.

You are limited.  So am I.  He is not.

One more thing:  The God of Unlimited Everything loves you enough to keep on trying to get this message through to you…no matter what limits you may have or try to impose.  Why?  Because He loves YOU and He wants you to know how unlimited that is, too.


One thought on “Unlimited

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