#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Possible or Impossible?

A good friend emailed me this morning, asking where I would draw the line between possible and impossible. The answer came to me rather quickly, perhaps because I had just come from my prayer/journaling time.

For me, this line lies inches from the feet of Jesus Christ. In Him, I truly believe, all things are possible. Without Him, well–stay home, with the covers pulled up over your head, because if He’s not part of the equation, it’s a bust.

As you know, my beloved Uncle Jack has passed on. I’m going to his funeral today, not so much to mourn, but to celebrate a life fully lived, with others who loved him as I did.

I’ll be back to blog tomorrow.

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