A Question of Difficulty

Jeremiah 32:27

On occasion I have counseled with folks whose marriages are in trouble. By the time they have come to talk with me it seems that they are without hope. Often the sentiment expressed is this, "Nothing can save my marriage...he will never change or she will never change." It is somewhere along this time that I remind them of the limitless power of God. Note Jeremiah 32:27:

"Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?"

Listen to what God says in this passage. He is asking this question of Israel, but it is certainly one that we must consider as well. This is a question that nags even at the hearts of Christians. We often respond with "Well, no...but..." We struggle with it, so let's consider it in three ways.

I. The Answer to the Question

II. The Application of the Question.

III. The Admonitions from the Question

-What is your impossible situation? -What is the most difficult thing in life you need God to accomplish for you? -"Is it too difficult for you to trust in an almighty God?" -The real weakness lies not in our Father but in our faith.