Watchman Daily Devotional: The Thoughts of the Lord Are Beyond Our Comprehension. The Extent of His Power Knows No Bounds. We Often Underestimate the Vastness of God’s Work and Question His Ability to Fulfill His Promises

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Does the Lord have any limitations? I shall return to you at the same time next year, and Sarah will give birth to a boy in due course."

Two angelic creatures and a holy presence were traveling to judge Sodom and Gomorrah when they came upon Abraham's home. Abraham politely asked them to stop, unwind, and have a meal. After their lunch, the LORD revealed to Abraham that Sarah would shortly become pregnant with a child. She listened in on the discussion from inside the tent. She and Abraham were getting older, but they still wanted a miracle. The thought made her laugh.

At this point, the heavenly message for today became clear. He questioned Sarah about why she was laughing. She made an effort to disprove it, but the Almighty is the heavenly deity that keeps an eye on everything. There is nothing that he cannot accomplish. Because we limit God's power, we often beg for little things in our prayers, believing that the Creator can only do things that we see in our everyday lives.

We frequently experience doubt when the Scriptures give us knowledge that seems implausible. Even though God's creation of everything from nothing is genuinely amazing, often we restrict our comprehension of His might to the commonplace. Does the Lord have any limitations?

By using Abraham and Sarah to bring the promised Messiah into the world, the LORD hoped to atone for sin. The world's sins were being addressed by the Lord as He traveled to deal with Sodom's transgressions. A few verses later, the mention that Abraham will be the source of blessings for all the nations of the world raises the possibility of a spectacular miracle. Genesis 18:18 Unaware of the astounding miracle the LORD had in store for her, Sarah laughed at the seemingly insurmountable difficulty of becoming pregnant at her elderly age.

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