or with God nothing is ever impossible and no word from God shall be without power or impossible of fulfilment.Luke 1:37(AMPC)
God is omnipotent. That means He’s all powerful, He has all power.
God is omniscient. That means He’s all seeing and all knowing. He sees and knows all things. He sees and knows the past, present and future. God is omnipresent. That means He’s present everywhere. He’s in the past, present and future, He’s in the invisible and visible realms.
From these attributes of God, we can clearly see that nothing is impossible with God. There is nothing that God cannot do. Nothing is too hard for God. With God all things are possible.
Impossibility is a human viewpoint. The God who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above and beyond all that man can ask or think is infinitely unlimited and always knows and sees only endless possibilities. Ephesians 3:20
From creating everything we see and can’t see by his Word, giving a man and his barren wife a child in their old age, promoting to the highest position in the most powerful nation on earth a young man who was sold by his brothers into slavery and thrown into prison, liberating in a single night an entire nation that had been in slavery for over four hundred years, splitting a sea so they crossed over on dry ground, empowering a young shepherd boy to kill a giant warrior with a stone, raising up a simple orphaned girl to become queen of the biggest empire of her time, healing the sick, raising the dead, setting the demon possessed free, changing a murderer into a radical preacher of God’s goodness and kindness, God himself becoming human by birth through a virgin young woman, to providing salvation for all fallen humanity through his crucifixion, death and resurrection, there’s nothing God can’t do. This the all-powerful God with you and for you unconditionally to put you over. Therefore, nothing can be too difficult for you. There’s nothing you can’t do with God on your side. That’s why you can boldly declare I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13.