Pastors Stephen
& Carolyn Prescod

The Hour of No Impossibility Part 2




Jesus said it.  And with our heads, we believe it’s true.  If we’re honest, however, we have to admit that for most of us the impossible all too often remains … the impossible. 

But, my dear Brothers and Sisters, hold on to your seats because that is about to change. 

Now, let’s go ahead and step into the land of no impossibilities. 



The first thing you need to do is identify those impossibilities so you’ll know what you should be believing for.  Question, “Exactly what is impossibility?” 

God gives us a wonderful definition of it in the First Chapter of the Gospel of Luke.  There, the angel Gabriel is delivering to the Virgin Mary the news that she is about to become a mother of the messiah.  Mary responded to this amazing announcement with a question.  “How shall this be, since I have no husband?” (verse 34). 

The angel answered by saying, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High shall overshadow you… For with God nothing is ever impossible…” (verses 35, 37). 

We see here that an impossibility is something that causes you to say, “How on earth could this happen?”  It’s something that you know is the will of God, yet it cannot be brought forth by natural or human means.

 In Mary’s situation, God was telling her that He was about to put a seed inside her supernaturally and that seed would ultimately become the Savior of mankind.  At first glance, that would seem a very unusual situation but when you think about it, it’s really not. 

Spiritually speaking, God is putting seed inside of us all the time.  He causes us to conceive of things on the inside of us that are totally impossible in the natural realm, things that can only be brought forth by the power of God. 

For example, when I was a little boy, God put some things in my heart that I know must have been supernatural.  I wasn’t even born again at the time, (I was a Roman Catholic).  My family wasn’t totally inclined to the things of God.  My environment wasn’t spiritual.  Yet God put spiritual dreams and desires within me.  They were just little seeds for years. But eventually, I got born again because those seeds God dropped in my heart when I was young kept drawing me to Him. 

What seeds has God dropped inside of you?  What seemingly impossible dreams and visions has He planted there? 

You may not even be aware of them right now, but they are there.  My dear beloved, I must close now but we will continue this point next time.  Until then God Bless You. 

Your Pastor


Word for Today: "Vision 2"

Do you have a “Vision?”  I hope so, because it’s vital to your overall success and achievement in life. Fred Pryor said, “Vision” is the process that allows you to think ahead to where you want to be and to create a workable plan to lead you there. Proverbs 29:18 says: “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”