God needs only the smallest bit of faith from us to do works greater than we ever imagined possible. Most of our daily actions and even our long term goals are based upon what we believe in, that is, what we believe will produce a desired result—it’s called “faith.” From actions as small as turning on the shower faucet in the morning, to actions like placing money in an IRA account—each actions is based upon an expectation that the particular action will produce a desired result. The great majority of our actions are based upon the faith we place in things LESS powerful and LESS certain than God. BUT–think about what would happen if we started taking MORE action based upon faith in God! God can do a whole lot of miracle with just a tiny amount of faith! Jesus said, “[I]f you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move, and nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matthew 17:20) In order to do what is impossible we need to KNOW The God of The Impossible. We need to break away from doing what is probable and predictable and become swept away by our faith in God—because it is Him alone, Who can DO what is impossible. So—how do we begin doing these great miracles??? Well, we need to KNOW the One in whom we’re placing our faith—right??? We need to KNOW HIM better than we know anyone else. When we know more ABOUT Him than we know about our shower faucet or our IRA—we realize it’s a really, really smart move to place our faith in Him for EVERYTHING. We also become BOLD and unafraid to act in faith in doing things which seem impossible because we KNOW The God of The Impossible and we TRUST Him above ALL else! When we’re close to Him, the love and care we experience, produces in us more certainty IN HIM than we have in that water faucet and more security IN HIM than in our IRA! to build faith in God, experiencing Him must become a daily occurrence. Our faith in Him grows when we constantly set aside sin–which chains us to this world’s probabilities–and constantly seek to know God–Who frees us to live in His possibilities!