And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work. (Romans 9:8, ESV)
And God is able. These four words must be imprinted on the hearts of every believer. These four words must be etched into the mind of every believer. And God is able.
When Abraham was told to leave the comforts of Mesopotamia and travel to the unknown land around the Dead Sea, his attitude was and God is able.
When Joseph was thrown into the pit, framed by Potiphar’s wife, and forgotten by Pharaoh’s butler his attitude was and God is able.
When Moses stood with more than a million of God’s people facing the Red Sea before him and Pharaoh’s army behind him, his response was and God is able.
When Joshua saw the towering walls of Jericho and an untrained army he led called the people of Israel, his message to them was and God is able.
When David faced the taunts of the 9 foot giant Goliath, his words to him were and God is able.
When Daniel was dealt the unfair choice of praying to God or dying for his God, he chose to pray because he believed and God is able.
When young Mary was approached by the angel Gabriel announcing she would be the mother of the Son of God, her attitude was and God is able.
When Jesus was placed in the tomb, Satan danced, the disciples ran, the Pharisees celebrated and Rome gloated…but three days later the resounding message was and God is able.
Whatever you face today, whatever lies in front of you that you know about…and whatever you will face that you had no idea was coming…and God is able.