Merriam Webster describes realistic as the following: “willing to see things as they really are and deal with them sensibly”.

Things as they really are? With that definition, I suppose Jesus feeding a multitude with  five fish and two loaves and Peter walking on the water in Matthew 14, weren’t realistic events. And neither was Joshua and Caleb’s courageous, yet contradictory report concerning Canaan, when compared to the other 10 spies in Numbers 13. We could go on and on with a never-ending list of stories showing just how unrealistic The Bible is and I won’t even touch on Jesus ascending to Heaven after being raised from the dead!

By the world’s assessment, the miracles that Jesus did while on earth during the New Testament and the acts that God did while in Heaven during the Old Testament are simply too incredulous. They defy logic and truly surpass the human mind’s ability to comprehend.

But God is willing to go as unbelievable and unimaginable as we are! Wherever our minds can go and our faith can sustain us, God will meet us there, amply supplying grace, mercy and favor. With His almighty power in store, He does what only He can, which is take the unrealistic, increase its unthinkability and then weave it into our everyday realities…

Don’t let satan, this world, an acquaintance or anyone dictate what your reality can/will be; the Heaven’s the limit…

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  1. Such a great way to redefine what faith looks like! Thanks!

    1. So glad that you thought so! I appreciate all of the support 🙂

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