Sunday service


God is infinite in might but he is constrained by his nature, character, reputation not to do certain things. Am I saying that there are things that God cannot do? Yes! There are things that God cannot do. When people pick a scripture out of context and begin to run with it without revelation to make it their theology, there is danger.

Pray –

  • Father, I ask that everyone will receive this word, understand it and run with it and be mightily blessed. May they never to get into error in the name of Jesus.
  • Let people be guided by your spirit in line with your word in every facet of their lives in the name of Jesus.
  • Grant us the ability to make right decisions and choices even in our walk with you. May we not be misled, may we not get into error. May we not put the wrong foot forward in the mighty name of Jesus.
  • For anyone associated with this ministry who has strayed, please re-direct them in your mercy, in Jesus’ mighty name I pray.
Things that God cannot do

1. God cannot change. Mal. 3:6, “For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed”.

2. God cannot lie.
Num. 23:19, “God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?”

3. God cannot disobey his word.
He is sovereign over all but he is constrained by his nature. He worketh all things not some things according to the counsel of his own will. Psa. 138:2, “I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name.” God is boundless in power, he is omnipotent, omnipresent, he is omniscient. His power to do is unlimited, yes, but he is constrained by his nature, by his reputation and by his very word. God cannot violate his absolutes. That was the problem when man sinned. Satan was probably watching to see how God would solve the problem knowing full well that God is too holy to violate his principles. It was a very difficult situation indeed. Man sinned so man must pay the price – the soul that sinneth, it shall die (Eze 18:20). However, there was no man who could remedy the situation because all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Every man had sinned so there was no man who was qualified to redeem the situation. The blood of man had been contaminated. The only thing that God would have done by his wisdom was to wipe out the human race and re-create but he decided to recreate through a new birth by sending his Son. God had to become man in order to redeem man. How was he going to accomplish this? He used a borrowed womb; the Holy Spirit had to supernaturally empower Mary to conceive. That is why there is a very close relationship between the blood of Jesus and the power of the Holy Ghost. Wherever you plead the blood of Jesus in faith, you will see the Holy Ghost move. When you come out with a statement it should be able to face all scrutinies and the first scrutiny is that of consistency with the word of God. Any word that is not consistent with the word of God is at best half-truth and every half-truth is half lie. Error does not have to come in a big size, it is like poison. One drop of it is all it takes to produce a whole bottle. The bible says ‘a little leaven leaventh the whole lump (Gal. 5:9). Jesus said, with God all things are possible (Matt. 19:26), yes, but that does not mean that God will do all things. He is constrained by his nature! He does all things according to the counsel of his will. God’s power is infinite. It is like an electric power. You can resist the power of God. John 17:17, “Sanctify through thy truth, thy word is truth.”


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