All things are possible for the person who has faith in God. In refocusing your attention on God so that all you can see is Him, you will see your impossible situations turn around.

  1. There is no situation in your life too difficult for God to turn around.
    1. The issue isn't what God will do for you, but rather what you have the faith to believe Him for.
    2. All things are possible for people who simply believe that God will show up on their behalf (Mark 9:22, 23).
    3. Become "possibility-minded."
    4. The level of results that you get is determined by your level of faith in God.
    5. God will turn your impossible situations around if you will just believe Him.

  2. God always looks at a person's heart.
    1. King Hezekiah had a heart that was perfect toward God (Isaiah 38:1-5).
      1. A "perfect heart" is one that is always trying to do right.
      2. King Hezekiah turned his face toward the wall and sought God when his situation looked hopeless. As a result of His seeking God, the Lord
        added 15 years to his life and gave him another chance (v. 4, 5).
      3. To "turn your face to the wall" is to turn away from everything else that is distracting you until all you can see is God.
      4. Hezekiah even turned away from the prophet Isaiah to seek the Lord.
        1. Turn away from people, situations and circumstances until all you see is God.
        2. Sometimes God has to get your attention through different experiences to bring you to a place of seeking only Him.
        3. Hezekiah prayed and God heard him. God saw this man's tears and spared his life.
    2. God doesn't look at things like man does.
      1. Man looks at the outer appearance, while God is looking at the heart of a man (1 Samuel 16:6, 7).
    3. God is not holding your sins against you. Once you repent, God forgets about your sins (Micah 7:19).
      1. Even when you miss the mark, God still looks at your heart and intentions.
      2. Don't go "fishing" for the sins that God has thrown into the sea of forgetfulness. If God has forgotten about them, so should you.
      3. Don't allow your past to stop you from moving into what God has for you.
        1. Your past sins can't stop God from turning your hopeless situations around.
      4. You should not judge other people because you don't know how God is dealing with their hearts (Matthew 7:1).

Scripture References:

  • Mark 9:22, 23
  • Isaiah 38:1-5
  • 1 Samuel 16:6, 7
  • Micah 7:19
  • Matthew 7:1
Pastor Robert Bagonza
Redeemed Church