Here is the ultimate solution to your most difficult problems.
A lot of us have problems that look like they are going to swallow us up, so I searched this out to put out here. Read till the end and find your strength. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The word is JESUS.
Sometimes God will put things in our heart, that don't make sense to our mind. It's easy to dismiss it and think well that'll never happen, but the scripture says: Abraham considered not the weakness of his own body nor the deadness of Sarah's womb. He didn't deny that Sarah's womb was dead, he didn't ignore the facts, he just chose not to dwell on them. He didn't go around talking about how impossible it was. If you're going to stay in faith you have to do like Abraham and not consider what looks dead, don't dwell on what seems impossible. Are you spending more time thinking about the problem or the promises? Are you talking more about how big the challenge is or about how big your God is?
Remember, experts built the titanic and it sink. Amateurs built the ark and it floated.
No disrespect, but sometimes the experts can be wrong, they don't know what God put in you, they can't see your seeds of greatness
On your own what they're saying about youl may be true, but you're not on your own, you have the most powerful force in the universe breathing in your direction. He has the final say over your dreams. People may have discouraged you, but what he promised is on the way. He has the final say over your health, may not have happened yet, but healing is coming. He has the final say over your children, that child that's off course, God knows how to get their attention, he says as for you and your house you will serve the Lord.
When Abraham was a hundred years old, Sarah was 80, this was twenty years after the promise, they came into a final word, Sarah gave birth to a son. God overrode the laws of nature, he overrode what the experts said, he even overrode mistakes that they had made. If Abraham were here today, he would tell you: "Don't let circumstances talk you out of what God put in you. It may look dead, seemed impossible, the experts say no way, but I can tell you firsthand, God has the final say".
Think about Joseph: his brothers had a say, they were jealous of him, betrayed him, sold him into slavery. Potiphar's wife, the man Joseph worked for, she had a say, she lied about him, Joseph was put in prison. He had all these negative voices, negative circumstances in Joseph's life. He could have lived bitter, but he understood this principle: after all the bad breaks, he was suddenly brought out of prison and made the prime minister of Egypt, second-in-command. What am I saying? When God has the final say it will make up for all the injustice, all the delays, you are not falling behind, you're not losing ground, one touch of God's favor we'll put you 50 years down the road, not in age, but in influence, in position, in opportunity.
Martha said: Jesus, if you would have been here, if you to just come when we asked, my brother wouldn't have died. She could have turned away, live bitter, angry, that would be the end of the story. But she went on to say: Lord, even now I know whatever you ask God would do it for you. She was saying: yes, it looks bad, it seems. impossible, but I know, you have the final say. Jesus said to them: take me to where you buried Lazarus, take me to the tomb. He was saying: take me to the place, where you quit believing, take me to where you decided you're not going to get well, you'll never meet the right person. Unless you go back to that place and stir your faith up, it will limit what God can do.
They went to the tomb and Jesus told them to roll away the stone. Martha said: Lord, he's been dead for four days, he's going to stink. The stone represents what you've given up on, you think it's been too long, too late, it's never going to happen, so you put the stone on the promise, the stone on the dream. You have to do your part and roll away the stone, you have to start believing again, get your passion back. They removed the stone, but Jesus didn't go in the tomb and lay hands on Lazarus, like he did the blind man and some other people that he healed. This time he spoke, said: Lazarus, come forth. Instantly Lazarus woke up, he came out of the tomb on a word from the Lord.
Now Jesus may not be here in person today, but we have what Lazarus had, you can come out on a word from God. God says: you will live and not die, let that take root, you can come out on that word. "God says whatever you touch will prosper and succeed", there's a word you can come out on. Or "Whom the son sets free is free indeed", there's a word that breaks bondages. What God says in the scripture is the final word.
Back in those days, the Sadducees, these were the people that were very against Jesus, they believed that the spirit left the body three days after the person died. It wasn't a coincidence, that Jesus waited to the fourth day. He did it, so that when he raised Lazarus, there wouldn't be any doubt about it. And sometimes God will wait on purpose, so you not only know it's his favor, but so all of your critics, your neighbors, your relatives, your co-workers, they won't be able to deny the goodness of God in your life.
Friends God has the final say, if it's not your time to go, you're not going to go. The scripture says the number of your days God will fulfill, you don't have to fulfill it God's going to fulfill it. Nothing can snatch you out of his hands. Cancer can't take one day that God has planned for you. That sickness cannot take you before your time.
"Well, Joel, my loved one didn't make it". Then their time was up, they fulfilled the days that God planned for them. They didn't show up in heaven unannounced, they didn't get there and God say: "Wow, I didn't know you were coming". God was the one beckoning them to come, he was the one receiving them with open arms. We may not always understand it or like it, but you can rest assured, God has the final say. He planned all of your days before you were born and he's promised to fulfill the number of your days.
But know that you shouldn't aggravate the anger of the Lord upon you lest you shorten your days. How do you aggravate God's anger?
"There's been a sudden change, something has happened that we can't explain". You thought you had reached your limits, suddenly you're promoted, the company wants you to run the department. You thought you'd always struggle with the illness, the diction, get ready for a sudden change. Forces of darkness are being broken, any area where you're not living in victory is not permanent, its temporary, God has the final say.
You better go back and look again, your story doesn't end to defeat, it ends in victory. As long as you're breathing, the game is still going. Yes, there will be times it looks like it's too late, it's impossible, God has ways you've never thought of. Get your passion back, start believing again, the game is still on.
This is what happened 2,000 years ago, satan and all the forces of darkness were celebrating, they already shot the confetti, poured the Gatorade and started their victory party: they finally defeated Jesus, nailed him to a cross. What they didn't realize was Jesus prophesied not only his death, but his resurrection. They got the first part of the information, but they didn't get the final word. Jesus said: destroy this temple and in three days God will raise it up. Jesus asked to borrow Joseph's tomb, he was saying I don't need to buy it, I'm only going to be there three days. Satan had selective hearing. While they were partying, having their celebration, Jesus came walking in, took away the keys of death and hell, said: "I am he that lives, I was dead, but I'm alive forevermore".
Now the enemy may be celebrating over you, thinking that you're done, you've seen your best days, you'll always be lonely, struggling, addicted, mediocre. You need to let him know: "You didn't hear the last word. I may be down, but I will arise. I may be facing this illness, but healing is coming. This setback in my finances is not permanent, abundance is in my future". The final word says: your latter days will be better than your former days. Now get in agreement with God, go back to those places where you quit believing and roll away the tomb. Who told you it was over? That wasn't the final word. Like with Lazarus it look dead, but I believe and declare: it's about to come back to life, there's a sudden change coming, sudden healing, sudden promotion, sudden opportunity, what you thought was permanent is about to suddenly change in your favor, in Jesus name.