19 Oct Dunking
I have a couple of undergrads in one of my classes who can dunk a basketball. Upon learning of their athletic skills I assured them that I too can dunk, no, not a doughnut, a real basketball. They immediately acclaimed that I could indeed as long as the basket and supporting pole were manufactured by Fisher Price. It’s nice to be respected!
But hey, a dunk is a dunk. So, never say never. We can always make a few adjustments and accomplish wonders. Too be honest, we have to concede that the adage, “If you can dream it, you can do it” is not really true in this life. Only if one is committed to Jesus will that be true. That is the wonder of the Gospel. All things in our lives are possible if we look beyond this fragile, flawed body that is overdue for a total makeover. Never forget I Corinthians 15. It is the greatest passage ever written about the resurrection and the transformation of the living when Jesus returns. If you haven’t read it recently treat yourself to a reread. Paul is at his best as he fills us in on what Jesus filled him in on.
A person is only as good as his promises. That’s what makes God what He is – honest, pure and good. He keeps His promises – all of them! So go ahead and dream big. I think I will add something new to my dream list of to-dos. I will someday dunk a basketball when the basket and pole are not made by Fisher Price.
“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us.” Ephesians 3:20