He Doesn’t Need A Cloud

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE
 
“Is anything too hard for the LORD? . . .”
(Genesis 18:14, NIV)
 
 
 
TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
 

One day, we were in the backyard on a beautiful, sunny day. We were just enjoying the blue sky when all of the sudden, out of nowhere, it began to rain even though there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. It was as blue as can be. The sun was out and very bright. But for about three minutes, there was this downpour. We thought, “Where in the world is this rain coming from?”

It was like God was saying, “I can make it rain whenever I want to. I can use a little cloud, a big cloud or no cloud. I’m God. I’m the All Powerful Creator of the universe. When I say rain, I don’t need a cloud. When I say healing, I don’t have to have medicine. When I say promotion, I don’t need your boss’s approval. When I say abundance, I don’t need a bank. I’m not limited by the natural. I’m a supernatural God.”

Whatever you are facing today, know that God has the answer no matter what things look like in the natural. Trust Him because He can make a way where there seems to be no way. He can make something out of nothing, and He doesn’t need a cloud to make it rain!

 
 
A PRAYER FOR TODAY
 
Father, I praise You today because You are worthy. I trust that You are working behind the scenes on my behalf. I believe that You can make a way out of no way, and I look for Your rain of blessing in every area of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.
 
— Joel & Victoria Osteen
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2 Responses to “He Doesn’t Need A Cloud”

  1. Debbie Says:

    God keeps making a way where there is no way in my life, Pat. Thank you for encouraging us! Love and prayers!


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