Romans 4:20-21,”He staggered not at the promise of God—being fully persuaded that, what he had promised, he was able also to perform.” God gave to Abraham a promise that, to the natural mind, seemed impossible. Yet, we are told, Abraham “staggered not”. There was no fear in his voice, no sweat on his brow, no saddness in his eyes, nor slumping of the shoulders. He was “not weak in faith”. As incedible as it sounded Abraham was “fully persuaded” that God could and would keep His promise. He had placed his faith in God and there was no room for fear and fretting.
His faith rested upon the fact that God is honest, He cannot lie, and able, He could not fail. Since God changes not, you and I also have reason to hope. Regardless of what trials we face, God has “given unto us exceeding great and precious promises” (2 Peter 1:4) to sustain us. And He is “able” to perform what He has promised. Paul tells us God “is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think–“(Ephesians 3:20). So as you face the difficulties of the day, remember “there is nothing too hard” for God (Jeremiah 32:17).