Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh; is there anything too hard for Me? Jeremiah 32:27 (AMPC)
The prophet Jeremiah bought a field with a purchase deed on instructions from the Lord, but the city where the field was had already been delivered by the Lord Himself into enemy hands and was under siege. Jeremiah 32:1-25
So the prophet questioned God how it would all work out. Jeremiah 32:25 (NKJV) And You have said to me, O Lord GOD, “Buy the field for money, and take witnesses”!—yet the city has been given into the hand of the Chaldeans.'”
Why should he buy property in a place that had fallen into enemy possession more over by the Lord’s doing? How could that property ever be of use to him, if at all he even had access to it anyway?
So the Lord answers Jeremiah in our theme Scripture – Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh; is there anything too hard for Me? Jeremiah 32:27 (AMPC)
It’s hard, even impossible to walk with God when you are going by your senses and human reasonings. Because He will tell you things that don’t make sense, things that are unreasonable.
It was a fact that the land where God told Jeremiah to purchase a piece of property was under siege, would be under foreign occupation and its inhabitants would be carried away as captives into exile. Jeremiah 32:28-36.
But God also knew and had planned that there would be a restoration, that the people would be brought back and resettled in their homeland, and that fields would be bought in that land, men would buy fields for money, sign deeds, seal them, and call witnesses in the land, for the Lord would cause them to be freed from captivity and released from their exile. Jeremiah 32:37-44.
So we can learn from Jeremiah that whatever the Lord has spoken He can and will bring to pass no matter how impossible it seems to be from the look of existing outward circumstances.