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calej PUBLIC  Thursday, September 30, 2010 5:55:29 AM  
We can take confidence in the Lord that He desires to work the impossible for us. He didn't say to wait for our faith to be so humongous before we can see the impossible come about. I will say to the mountains of my life to be removed!
jraycec PUBLIC  Friday, June 12, 2009 7:14:36 PM  
This is just another example in the bible of how powerful our words are. If we have faith and speak it from our mouth, nothing is impossible.
emann PUBLIC  Friday, April 17, 2009 8:23:19 AM  
When our faith is tested, it goes through the pressure treatment that lfrink talked about in their post. It is amazing how God gives grace. He is the one who gives us the faith we need to weather the storms of life as my special needs son taught me. God gives us the faith of a mustard seed (and the peace that passes all understanding.)
waihun PUBLIC  Friday, January 30, 2009 1:24:47 AM  
Nothing shall be impossible unto you.

Hard to believe but Jesus says that even if my faith is so small as a grain of a mustard seed, but when I trust Him, He is able to move mountains for me!
jenilee PUBLIC  Thursday, October 24, 2002 9:46:30 AM  
I was in a Bible study once where someone pointed out that Jesus did not say have faith as "small" as a grain of mustard seed. Jesus said, "as a grain of mustard seed." Though a mustard seed is small, it is not the smallest seed, and it is an enduring seed. This seed can go through lots of pressure and weather changes and still sprout. We can apply this to our faith also. To have faith as a grain of a mustard seed means faith is strong and enduring but not necessarily big.
lfrink PUBLIC  Saturday, March 23, 2002 6:16:44 AM