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“Possible” for Five Minute Friday

I promised Barb, at My Life in Our Father’s World, I would try a Five Minute Friday writing prompt this week. So here goes…

The word for this week is “possible.” When I think of this word, I immediately recall the action packed Mission Impossible movies. Except in this case I’m going to say Mission POSSIBLE, because, with God, all things are possible!

Of course, I’m sure you’ve heard how the word impossible actually says, “I’m possible.” So there we go!

Well, the clock is ticking. Tomorrow my regular weekly post will publish. It will be one that took me way more than five minutes to write! Barb, I kept my word.

Blessings to all. Please remember, all things are possible with God. Jesus said it Himself!

By davidsdailydose

I'm just a regular guy who was
tempted to lose all hope but did not. It was God who made the difference.

16 replies on ““Possible” for Five Minute Friday”

You expressed yourself beautifully my friend, unless you told me, I wouldn’t know it was a timed exercise. My writing is mostly intuitive and spills from me. I imagine this type of practice evokes that ability as well. Good job 👏

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Like finding my way out of carnival funhouse. 🙃

I was itching to edit, like always, but dutifully hit publish. I only came back to fix one little typo. Thanks for putting me up to this, Barb. Frankly, 55 minute Friday is more my style!🤠


Yes, Amen🙏 The word possible opens us up to hope, faith and trust which are the pillars of a strong relationship with God. Yes indeed, with Him, all things are possible. Beautiful David😊

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I think it’s good for all of us to practice this five minute exercise often. Too often we get caught up in the perfectionist’s problem (I’ll link my devotion if it lets me). Perfectionism creates procrastination. Procrastination creates avoidance. Avoidance creates excuses. When we seek perfection before we post, we create missed opportunities to bless people. Thanks for the reminder.

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How true, G.W. I read a story today about Sir Roger Bannister breaking the four minute barrier in the one mile run. It was supposedly impossible—until he did it! Next thing you know lots of people could do it. I think the men’s record now is in the mid three minute range.

Writing quickly is not really my cup of tea. I like my words to percolate awhile like a good cup of coffee. But trying a five minute Friday was fun—once.


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