Overcome Fear And Doubt By Declaring “It’s Possible!”

By Helen Calder of Enliven Blog and a member of David McCracken Ministries

Our Father will always give us a God-sized prophetic dream or taskone that we cannot accomplish in our own strength or with our current resources.

When that dream is fulfilled, Jesus will receive the credit and the glory. Onlookers will know that the only possible explanation for what we have achieved is that God is with us!


Remember Moses and Aaron—a shepherd and a slave, standing in the presence of the mighty Pharaoh of Egypt?
(Exodus 5) Or the young shepherd David, standing before a giant with a slingshot and stone? (1 Sam 17) And let’s not forget Paul and Silas, locked in a prison dungeon whilst on a mission for God. (Acts 16)

Inevitably, there will be limiting factors as you pursue God’s purposes—for example not enough time, not enough money, and not enough people.

Take Gideon, for instance, who was sent by God against a powerful Midianite army. Gideon’s band was reduced by God’s design to a mere 300, and yet, with God’s help, he overcame the enemy. (Judges 7)

Sometimes we look at what God is calling us to do for Him and are tempted to shrink back, because it appears to be humanly impossible.

Today I believe God is encouraging you to dream with Him and to declare, ‘It’s possible! With my God, this is possible! No chain, no giant, no power and no limitation can prevent my Father’s plans from taking place!’


Nothing is impossible!

 ‘Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”’ (Matt 19:26)

The Greek word translated ‘possible’, dynatos, means able, powerful, mighty, strong, to be able to do something, mighty, excelling in something, having power for something. [1]

Today, your Father wants you to know that all things are possible to Him. Nothing is impossible!

God is well able to fulfill His promises. Nothing is beyond His ability to achieve!


Dream with God and Declare, ‘It’s Possible!’

Extraordinary power is released as you see God’s intended outcome ahead of time using the eye of faith, and declare, ‘It’s possible! With my God it is possible!’

1. Declaring ‘It’s Possible’ Shifts Your Perspective

‘I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.’ (Phil 4:13)

When you declare the possibility of God, it shifts you from the position of negativity and doubt, into the wide-open space of faith. Proclaiming God’s ability changes the way you think, and the way you see.

You are no longer viewing your inadequacy; you are looking through the lens of what Jesus is capable of.

‘Such confidence we have through Christ before God. Not that we are competent in ourselves to claim anything for ourselves, but our competence comes from God.’ (2 Cor 3:4-5)


2. Declaring ‘It’s Possible’ Aligns You with God’s Word

‘For no word from God will ever fail.’ (Luke 1:37)

When you come into agreement with the promises of God, you affirm that God is faithful to His Word and His personal promise to you. As Prophet David McCracken has said, ‘When your mouth agrees with God’s intention, the impossible becomes possible!’ [2]

God’s word transforms you. It sets you free from fear, anxiety and uncertainty. Your thinking comes into alignment with the promise of God.

‘He [Abraham] did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully convinced that what He had promised He was also able to perform.’ (Rom 4:20-21)

Abraham chose to believe in God’s ability to perform His promise over the physical evidence. As he persevered in that agreement, the miracle took place.


3. Declaring ‘It’s Possible’ Builds Your Faith

“‘If you can’?” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes.” (Mark 9:23)

When you see the fulfilment of God’s prophetic promises and declare, ‘it’s possible!’ your spirit is stirred with a sense of anticipation. ‘It’s possible’ is the voice of expectation, the proclamation of faith. ‘It’s possible’ leads to prophetic thanksgiving—praising and thanking God ahead of time for what He is yet to accomplish.

‘Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.’ (Heb 11:1)


4. Declaring ‘It’s Possible’ will Break Open your Destiny

‘Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.’ (Eph 3:20)

Seeing your God-given dream as already accomplished, and declaring the possibility of God, puts you into the place of agreement with His purposes. It breaks open your destiny and gives you the boldness to step firmly into the future Father has for you.

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