The idea that we could communicate without being in the same room seemed impossible—until Samuel Morse showed what a telegraph could do in 1837. The idea that those telegraph messages could be transmitted without a wire seemed impossible—until Guglielmo Marconi demonstrated wireless telegraphy in 1895. The idea that voices could be transmitted without wires seemed impossible—until Reginald Fessenden did it in 1901.
We could go on and on about how people have taken innovations to the next seemingly impossible level. Here we are today using smartphones—tiny computers—to transmit our voices and information around the world.
While we might marvel at science and the amazing things we once considered impossible, one thing remains impossible for us. We are unable to raise a dead person to life. But thanks be to God that what is impossible for us is not impossible for Him. This session will assure us that new life is possible when we trust in the