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IMPOSSIBLE

Women Opening the Word by Cassandra Martin

IMPOSSIBLE

What is your IMpossible: We all have one.  Something so big, so solid, so tangible that i defines who we are, how far we can go, and what we can do.  IMpossibles come in all shapes and sizes.  Sometimes, our IMpossibles are obvious.  Others can see them and point them out.  They become the labels that define our limits.  Other times, our IMpossibles hide in the recesses of our souls.  They eat away at our peace, drain our joy, and steal our confidence.

Jesus came to meet our IMpossibles head on.   That is the story of the Gospel of Luke.  Time after time, person after person teaching after teaching reveal the Possible that God wants to unleash in your life and the IMpossibles that He is willing to challenge and dismantle in your heart.  Your IMpossibles are God’s starting line.  Your IMpossibles don’t have to define you, limit you, control you or overwhelm you anymore.  What is IMpossible with men is Possible with God.

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Casandra Martin loves old quilts, new books and her amazing God.  She writes from her home in Spring, Texas where she enjoys meeting God in the pages of His Word and sharing His heart with the women God loves.  She also shares her inspiring enthusiasm for Jesus at Ladies Days, retreats and Bible Lectureships around the country.  She would love for you to join her as she shares he glimpses if God in her book, The Jesus Resolution, or the blog she writes on her website casandramartin.com  Cassandra and her family worship and serve the Lord with the wonderful Christians at the Spring Creek Church of Christ in Tomball, TX.

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