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21 April 2017
Dear God-tracker
Philippians 4:13
I can do all things through him who strengthens me.
Bart is undoubtedly one of the most positive people I have ever met. He was born with a physical disability called arthrogryposis. Children born with this condition suffer one or more joint contractures and have abnormal fibrosis of the muscle tissue, which causes muscle shortening. Arthrogryposis sufferers are unable to actively extend or flex their affected joints. At his birth doctors told Bart’s parents he would never walk or even have the strength to be able to sit up on his own. They said he would have a bleak outlook to life. However, on Bart’s website, he says, “When you pray to God that he would take control of the situation (this is the God who knows no impossibility) limits are broken and miracles happen.”
Bart Gee was born into a Christian home and remembers giving his life to Jesus at the tender age of 5. At about this time, his parent’s pastor prophesied over him saying, “Little by little Bart will be able to do more and more new things that will amaze people." The pastor added that Bart would one day be able to physically walk down the aisle of the church and be able to play the organ like his father. Both these feats were a medical impossibility, given his condition. However, as Bart pointed out, God knows no impossibility.
Why do we so often find ourselves stewing in our own negative abandon, wallowing in our own inabilities and failures, when we emphatically know that what Bart Gee says is true: “When you pray to God that he would take control of the situation (this is the God who knows no impossibility) limits are broken and miracles happen?” Our God is the limitless Creator. He is all-powerful, all-knowing and ever present. He formed our inward parts and knitted us together in our mother's womb. Our God knows no bounds, He is immortal and infinite: he was and he is and he is to come. And our God has purpose and destiny for your life and mine, no matter what difficulties we face. You and I are God’s workmanship, created to do great things! So, don’t not hold back when he weaves his ambition into your heart. Your God is able and he will do it!
Today Bart Gee travels extensively, unaided, sharing his testimony of how God has enabled him to walk and drive a car. Not only this, but Bart has become an athlete, running on track and swimming 750m and 1,500m in open water. At the end of sharing his incredible story when he visited my church, Bart proceeded to lead our congregation in worship as he played the piano. God knows no impossibility!
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Be filled with the Holy Spirit
Don’t Give Up, Look Up!
Take control of my situation and break my limits
“Dear Lord, I’m so sorry for being so negative in my life. I am sorry for not taking you at your Word. I confess that you are all-powerful and you have chosen to fulfill your purposes through me. I humble submit my will to yours; I humble ask you to help me achieve the ambitions you have set for me. I know with you nothing is impossible and if you have called me then you will enable me to fulfill your calling. Take control of my situation and break my limits. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.”
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