Looking straight into their eyes, Jesus replied, “Humanly speaking, no one, because no one can save himself. But what seems impossible to you is never impossible to God!” Matthew 19:26 TPT
How do you know it’s God? I’ve asked this question and had it asked of me many, many times and this is what I’ve personally discovered. If it’s God, you can’t rationalize it, figure it out or make sense of it. It will be birthed through prayer and the Word and will come in a quiet moment with him.
It will seem totally impossible and nothing you can do in yourself. It won’t be anything you’re ‘gifted’ for. It’s usually so far outside your comfort zone that you need a bus to get there and the countryside is scary.
If you make the mistake of sharing it with anyone that is not ‘way out there’ in the faith zone, they will laugh and tell you you’re crazy, God doesn’t work like that! They will ridicule you and talk about you until you begin to question yourself.
Don’t try to figure it out or make it happen yourself, just keep believing and know that God’s just letting you in on a part of His ginorous plan. Call it an advance warning that your life’s about to be flipped upside down in a big way.
Think of yourself as Gideon; the least of all his family, totally unqualified but called to do something great that you won’t have to really do anything but walk in faith, believe and trust in a God that you can’t see. Listen closely to His suggestions and act on His commands.
Sounds easy, right? It’s all messed up! Over the span of time when you hear the call and the implementation of the plan, you will be on the most amazing journey of your life. You will get multiple prophetic words from various people you don’t know and who have no idea what God has told you.
You will go through things and wonder if you heard right. By the time you reach your destination, you’ll be sore from using muscles you didn’t know you had, with a faith in God that you’ve never had before in your life. You will no longer care about what people think, and what they say won’t faze you.
You’ll have a resolve to keep your eyes on Jesus for as Paul said in Philippians 1:6 CEV “God is the one who began this good work in you, and I am certain that he won’t stop before it is complete on the day that Christ Jesus returns.”
Everything you go through is just part of the process, bringing you out of faith in you to faith in God. Be of good cheer, my friend. You heard right! Don’t you worry about a thing. Just don’t give that another thought. Suffice it to know that you’re a part of His plan. Make yourself available for any and all He has for you along the way. It’s part of the process to grow you into the person He needs you to be to accomplish His purpose.