Jesus said, "If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you can say to a mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you."
Two-thousand years ago, nobody was moving mountains, and impossible was a concept understood by all.
Even in the twenty-first century, telling people they can move mountains and nothing is impossible is still an extremely large stretch.
Why would Jesus tell his disciples that nothing is impossible?
Jesus was saying the envelope of possibility is infintely large, and the likelihood of encountering absolute limits is infinitesimally small.
He wanted them to understand there are no limits. There are only limiting beliefs.
Although the envelope of possibility is exceedingly large, it is equally true that on a personal level the envelope of possibility is only as big as you believe it to be.
Jesus was talking about the envelope of possibility, and he made it clear our beliefs determine the size of that envelope.
Possibilty is a dynamic thing that changes with our beliefs.
We must increase the envelope of possibility by pushing our limits every day.
Jesus made it clear we all have the potential to move the moutains in our life, and what was impossible yesterday is possible today if we get our beliefs right.
Moving mountains is not just for a select few. It's for everyone who sheds their limiting beliefs.
Moving mountains is not something you do once in a lifetime. It's something you do every day.