by Ken Trivette

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A Woman That Teaches Us God Can Do the Impossible (6 of 6)
Series: Lessons From Women In The Bible
Ken Trivette
Luke 1:26-38

1. I read about a fellow that had not been saved very long and he was so excited about what he was learning about God. One day he was on a bus reading his Bible and every now and then he would shout, ''Glory to God, praise the Lord, amen!'' A skeptic heard him and asked him what he was reading. He answered, ''I'm reading the Bible and how God parted the Red Sea and let the Israelites cross. That was some miracle.''

2. The scoffer said, ''Do not believe everything that the Bible tells you. The truth of the matter is that it was not the Red Sea they crossed but the Reed Sea which is only about 6 inches deep, so it was not a miracle.''

3. The fellow nodded in disappointment but kept on reading. The skeptic walked away feeling proud that he had set the Bible reader straight. Suddenly the skeptic heard the fellow let our big ''Glory to God, Praise the Lord, Amen!'' Hearing this he went back and asked, ''What is it now?'' The fellow jumped up, pointed at where he was reading in the Bible and said, ''Here is the real miracle. God drowned Pharaoh's army in 6 inches of water.''

4. For the record's sake, let me say it was the Red Sea. But it would have been no difficulty for God to drown an entire army in 6 inches of water. He is a God that as Ephesians 3:20 declares, ''Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.''

5. The question was asked in Genesis 18:14, ''Is there anything too hard for the Lord?'' The answer is given in Jeremiah 32:17, ''Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee.''

6. I think of when the children of Israel crossed the Red Sea. There was anywhere from 3 to 3 1/2 million Jews that crossed that night. It has been calculated that f ...

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