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Dare God for the Impossible
Archived – February 13, 2022
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Joshua 10:1-15

Dare God for the Impossible

February 13, 2022 / Dan McEvoy / Joshua 10:1-15


If God had answered all the prayers you prayed this last year, who would have benefited?

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life. —Muhammad Ali


Dare to ask God for the impossible.

When you dare to ask God for the impossible:

⇒ You may feel overwhelmed, but know that you are not .

Joshua 10:8 NIV; Psalms 118:6 ESV

⇒ He usually instructs you to do something that is and inconvenient.

Joshua 10:9 NIV; Matthew 17:21 ISV


Fast and pray.

⇒ Your faith finally meets up with God’s .

Joshua 10:10 NIV; Joshua 10:12-15 NIV; 1 John 5:14-15 NIV

Theme: Praying for the Impossible

Share Together:

When have you seen a miracle in the midst of an impossible situation in your life? How did it change you or others?

Reflect together:

What impacted you the most from Sunday’s message?

Read Together:

Joshua 10:1-15

Discuss Together:

  • How would you have felt if you were Joshua surrounded by enemies?
  • How does fear make you feel like you’re overwhelmed and surrounded? What is an example in your life?
  • What was Joshua’s response?
  • How is persistent prayer like marching all night? How can fasting factor in?
  • Why do we give up in prayer too quickly? What has helped you stick with it?
  • What was the result of Joshua’s “stand still prayer?” Can we pray such a prayer today? Why or why not?
  • What does it mean to have God’s favor? How shall we make sure it’s not a “bless me club?”
  • Where do you need to see God do the impossible in your life today? Would you dare to pray this way?

Pray Together:

Take time to share how God has answered prayer and any prayer requests you have today.

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