Jesus looked at them intently and said, “Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But with God everything is possible.”
Matthew 19:26 NLT
Hello precious child of God, I hope you’re fine by God’s grace.
Six years ago, I was in a really difficult and impossible season. I was sure that all hope was lost for me (please don’t ask what it was because I am renowned for “exaggerating things” and for being a “feeler”), when I received a mail.
The mail was sent to me by « inChrist Network », I think a website which was trying to become the “Facebook for Christians”. I don’t know how it’s going now for them, but, I know that mail didn’t fix all my problems, but it changed my life forever.
The Subject of the mail was: “God’s love letter to you”
When I opened it, there was a link which directed me to a specific page on their website, and a video. The video featured the most beautiful eye-opening gospel song I had ever heard. Here it is:
“God will make a way” by Don Moen

The moment I heard that song while reading the lyrics, I realized something which I probably “knew” in my mind (since we say it in church) but which in my struggles I had failed to believe in my heart; God is The God of the impossible.
When all hope seems lost, when you try to figure out how there could be a solution and your physical senses clearly tell you that there’s no way and that there’s never going to be any solution, God is still God, and He’s going to make a way where there seems to be no way.
Matthew 19:26 NLT

Jesus looked at them intently and said, “Humanly speaking, it is impossible. But with God everything is possible.”

When you’re going through a difficult season everything seems like it’ll never get better, but let me tell you something.
Often, those extra-things we think ( “It’s over”, “I have no hope”, “My life is over”, “I have no future” etc ) are gross exaggerations and we realize it not while we’re in it, but long time after God has taken us out of it.
In fact today, when I look at what I called impossible, it was certainly challenging for me, and it was probably quite bothersome but when I think of it now I’m like “how crazy you were to be this desperate”.
And if I have this reaction now, it’s absolutely not because the problems I had weren’t problems, but it’s because through the process of seeing God resolve what I called “impossible” my faith in Him increased and I realized at least after that, that nothing was impossible for Him.
That song has accompanied me in almost all the other moments where my faith had to stretch for a situation which seemed “more impossible” than the previous one.
In fact, one year after which my difficult situation had been solved by God (all glory be to Him), I had another impossible situation (yes, in life at times you’ll go from impossible situations to other impossible situations because God wants to stretch your faith, remember, God has called you higher).
So, I was going through my newest “impossible situation” and was losing hope once again when I heard this song at church. You see, this is what is interesting with faith.
When God has already helped you through an impossible situation (in your sight), everytime you face a new impossible situation, the simple fact that you remember how God helped you through last time, the fact that you remember how God made a way when you really saw no way, boosts your faith.
This song triggered hope in my heart immediately because it reminded me that God was going to do it again.
1 Samuel 17:37 KJV

David said moreover, The Lord that delivered me out of the paw of the lion, and out of the paw of the bear, He will deliver me out of the hand of this Philistine. And Saul said unto David, Go, and the Lord be with thee.

That day I was in church with my mom, and it was her encounter with this song. This was probably the first time of my life by the way where I learned a gospel song which mom didn’t know yet. Our repertoires are quite different now, probably because I switched to Gospel music which is more/less Christian pop.
Ok, the way she was moved by the song, reminded me how I was stirred by it the first time I heard it, and God used that this time too to stir my faith.
That’s probably when I understood that the song wasn’t meant to be listened to just from time to time, but to accompany me (like many other Christian songs accompany me, accompany other Christians and should accompany you) all through life, to give me hope and faith in seasons where I need it.
I don’t know which seemingly impossible situation you’re in today, I am in one too, and millions of Christians out there right now are in a situation where there seems to be no way out.
I don’t know and I can’t understand how you’ve suffered, how you’re suffering, how difficult it is, how hopeless it seems like, how poorly they’ve treated you, how down you went, I don’t know and I can’t understand.
However, what I know pretty well is that God will make a way where there seems to be no way. God is The God of The impossible.
If you have this truth in your mind and your heart and your whole being, you become the devil’s greatest nightmare.


  1. Listen to the song “God will make a way”, sing along and write the lyrics down
  2. Sing with hope as you think of your impossible situations, and put your faith in God
  3. Next time (and every other time) your impossible situation comes back to mind, with all the feelings of anxiety, pain etc. pick up that piece of paper on which you wrote the lyrics down and begin to sing. Sing as if the outcome of your situation depended on your faith (and it does).


Father Lord God King of Glory, I need Your Help right now to change my mindset, to shift from hopelessness to faith. I know that nothing is impossible for You, because it’s written in Your Word, but I often fail to make it practical and to realize that it means that in my life there’s nothing You can’t solve. Help me believe firmly that for my specific case, You are able to, and You will make a way where there seems to be no way. In Jesus Christ’s Name. Amen.

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God bless you
Victoria Eyog


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