He Does the Impossible

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Do you ever read about the things God did through the prophets in the Old Testament, or through the Apostles in the New Testament, and wonder if that God is the God of today? In this post, Bianca Olthoff shares that God is still the God of the impossible, encouraging people to act like God is the same God we read about in the Bible. Bianca is Storyteller for the A21 Campaign and well known speaker.



In what ways are you tempted to forget that the God of the Bible is the same God today?
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Bianca noted that in the midst of difficult times, she finds hope in knowing that God has done impossible things in her past. What have you seen God do in your life, or in the lives of others, that encourage you in difficult times?
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Bianca spoke about the concept of gathering and scattering. What do you find most encouraging as you gather with other believers? Why? What is unique about assembling with other followers of Christ that you can't experience by yourself?
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How does a corporate worship gathering empower you when you scatter?
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The church is our training ground and the world is our mission field. This reflective illustration inspires us to find strength in the church and put our faith in action outside its walls.



God's power is not limited to something less than what we read in Scripture. His Kingdom is not limited to within the walls of the church. God is the God of the impossible. He breaks down walls of injustice, He heals the brokenhearted, and He saves the lost. Gather as believers, hear the gospel, share testimonies, sing praises to the Father, then scatter. Spread the good news of the gospel to a hurting world, expecting God to do the impossible.