Daniel came face to face with the impossible when he was thrown into the lions den, yet in Daniel 6:22 we find out that with God all things are possible.
In Acts 12:11 as Peter is unceremoniously released from his chains and walked out of prison by an angel, we learn that nothing is impossible with God.
Genesis 18:14 tells us that God told Sara that she would have a baby within the year and she laughed. Sara laughed because she and Abraham were well past child bearing years, yet a year later she had Isaac. Nothing is impossible with God.
Job 42:2 teaches us that no matter the adversity, we should hold on to the possibilities, because God can do anything.
Jonah was up against drowning and being dinner for a whale, and yet in Jonah 2:10, we learn that with God anything is possible, as Jonah is released from the belly of that big fish and goes on to lead a city’s population into revival.
Matthew 19:26 AMPC
“But Jesus looked at them and said, With men this is impossible, but all things are possible with God.”
Jesus, the beginning and the end; the One Who is, Who was and Who is to come; our Salvation, the Light of the world and God’s only Son; He also teaches us that all things are possible with God.
When we are struggling, when we are in situations that feel hopeless or impossible, there is hope. There is always hope. When we are up against the impossible, we should always look to God, for with God all things are possible.