We have all received a measure of faith. In the same way a sportsman or woman needs to exercise in order to develop strong, well-built muscles, we need to exercise our faith muscles. This means that faith is not passive, but active – it needs to be exercised and developed! Faith makes you think differently; makes you speak differently and see things differently to the world. A worldly perspective often makes us believe there is no future, but faith enables you to experience the future in the now. The world says, “Seeing is believing.” However, God says, “Believe and you will see” and it is when we believe that God TURNS THE IMPOSSIBLE INTO THE POSSIBLE!
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What others are saying
Willem Nel loves to pastors and leaders to believe God for the impossible. Many Sunday mornings — no matter where I am in the world — I receive a text from him that stretches my faith and encourages my heart. That’s why I can’t think of a better person to write Making the Impossible Possible. May this book encourage you to fully trust God all day, every day, and in every situation you might face.
Pastor Steve Murrell
President of Every Nation Ministries, Author & Accidental Missionary
I have had the privilege of knowing Willem Nel personally and professionally for many years. Walking with him through many seasons gave me inside access to who he is and how he lives. His new book, Making the Impossible Possible, is more than a good read, it’s his life message. He is a man of authentic faith. The words on each page are what he has believed, acted upon, proven and passed on to others. His person, family and ministry are loaded with the evidences of heaven’s currency, faith, creating powerful exchanges between a good God and a fallen world. I highly recommend his book to anyone needing greater revelation, activation and application of the God kind of faith.
Dr. Bill Bennot
Senior Pastor Journey of Grace, Author of Unstoppable Kingdom
This is my privilege to be able to endorse this book for the man of God, Pastor Willem. If there is anyone in this world who could write a book about impossible situations, it is surely Pastor Willem, because he has been there, seen it and survived it.
His story and testimony alone are enough to inspire faith in anyone going through a hard time, so I highly recommend this book for anyone passing through any difficult situation and in any case, difficult times come in the life of everybody, so everybody will benefit from this book.
Pastor Sunday Adelaja
Founder and Senior Pastor of the Embassy of God, Author
The book inspired and turned into reality by Pastor Willem Nel is very fittingly called Making the Impossible Possible. These words are probably the best encapsulation of the qualities that he brings to his ministry and hence to the book which is grounded so strongly in what he believes in and lives in practice in every facet of his life. He lives and is driven by a faith that is in the most profound sense of the word active – a faith that is postulated on doing what needs to be done to build the kingdom of God, to convince people to embrace this faith and to join in love, compassion and humility in the work of God upon earth. His faith has been tempered like steel in the crucible of earthly suffering and setbacks, but he has not deviated from the true course. And his message remains simply to listen to God’s Word, to remain active and to build – to build the city that God has guided him to, to engage others in the same vision and to inspire them to build with him to the greater glory of the Lord who is his Guide, his Solace and his Beacon of Light. Making the Impossible Possible takes the reader on a journey of amazing miracles, possibilities and insights. I recommend this to anyone interested in growing in God’s presence.
Professor Annette Combrink
Former Campus President of the Northwest University (Potchefstroom Campus)
as well as former Mayor of Tlokwe Municipality