Wednesday, June 18, 2014

God's Arm Is Not Too Short

Greetings My Friends
If you have listened to any preachers at all, or read the Bible, you probably have heard about God's arm not being too short. Have you given that statement much thought?
Let me try to give you a starting point. It pretty much depends on faith and trust in God. You have heard about the power of prayer countless times. You have probably experienced unanswered prayer, at least prayer that wasn't answered the way you expected.
Here is something to think about. satan does not like you. As a matter of fact he hates you. He will do everything in his power to block your prayers results. He wants you to doubt, because he wants you to blame God, create enough doubt, and cause doubt to grow to the point where you stop talking to God. That first tiny doubt, if you accept it, is his doorway to accomplish the rest.
Here comes the Gods arm part. When you pray, you must believe you already have what you ask. Remember when you were little? You asked your mother for something you wanted. When she promised, you got just as happy as if you already had it, even if it was for Christmas, a couple of months away. That is the kind of faith I am talking about.
If you keep your faith and trust in God, and don't doubt, there is nothing satan can do to stop God from answering your prayers. God's hand is out to help and protect you no matter what, as long as you believe. That is how I see His arm.
By the same token, God's arm is long, especially if you are talking about salvation. If you are like most average people, his arm is not too short to reach you.
If on the other hand, you are among the worst sinners that ever lived, with unimaginable offenses, if you sincerely repent, God's arm is long enough to reach you too.
And now the best part. God's word cannot be broken. So ask God, believe you have what you ask, and sleep in total peace.
Remember Jesus Loves You
Prayer of Salvation

My Jesus, I thank you for what you did on the cross for me. Your blood washed away my sins, by your stripes I was healed, your death and resurrection brought salvation. Forgive my sins, and come into my heart as my personal Savior.