The angel Gabriel had come to Zechariah with the good news that he and his wife Elizabeth would have a son called John…John the Baptist. But Zechariah rejected the notion immediately as impossible due to their advanced age. A amazed Gabriel answered Zechariah’s skepticism with this, “I stand in the presence of God and I have been sent to speak to you and to tell you this good news…but you don’t believe my words.” But not to be too rough on Zechariah…how many times have I done the very same thing? I hesitate, question, or downright reject a word from the Lord thinking, “You don’t know what You’re asking me to do, or worse yet, “I know more than You do, God.” That’s when I must remember to remember. Remember what? To call to mind all the Lord has done for me in the past. How He’s protected and cared for me in situations I should of died in…how He’s brought me through things I didn’t have the strength to do myself. When I doubt God, I limit Him…but when I believe, nothing is too difficult for Him to do.