The impossible task for Noah has been accomplished because with God all things are possible.
II. ABRAHAM HAD AN IMPOSSIBLE GOAL Genesis 12:1-4, 7; 15:1-6; 17:15-19; 21:1-3.
When God spoke to Abraham in Chaldea he had but one thing to hang his future upon – the promise of God.
You think you have moments of wondering what the future holds and whether things will work out or not. How could he be the father of a nation when he did not even have a son? He did not know where to go or how to get there. Ever been there?
What he faced was not an easy task. Try to put yourself in his shoes. All he had was God’s Word – by the way, that is all we need. We can rest our case in His Word, “Lo, I am with you alway.”
Abraham had a promise; he believed God, was strong in faith and was a man of loyalty as well as steadfastness; because he had an IMPOSSIBLE GOAL.
TOMORROW WE WILL SEE HOW GOD USED MOSES TO ACCOMPLISH THE IMPOSSIBLE.