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Monday, April 05, 2010

Spiritual Lessons From Unemployment - Part 3: Nothing Is Impossible With God

After God vanquished the Christmas present issue within 24 hours — literally, a couple of thousand dollars later — I was worried about the mortgage.  He then spoke very clearly to me:  "I can vanquish the whole mortgage too." [Gasp!] I had lost sight of God's power and magnificence. Surely He is able. In words of the angel speaking to the mother of our Lord, "For nothing is impossible with God."
A mortgage is this huge insurmountable thing in my life.  Up until recently it's total has been more than twice my annual salary and now on public assistance it looms ever larger. Moment of truth:  It's miniscule to God — maybe even smaller. He can vanquish a mortgage in an instant and do it with joy, not begrudgingly.  We must never believe the lie that the financial mountain in front of us is a mountain in front of God.  "For nothing is impossible with God."


A series of lessons and observations I have learned from my experience of being underemployed.
1. I'm Not Poor

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