Luke 18:27 – Jesus replied, “What is impossible with man is possible with God.” (NIV)
To understand what I’m about to tell you, you need to do something first, you need to believe in the impossible. Can you do that? Good. This is the first line in the hit TV series on the CW The Flash. As the season come to a close I couldn’t help but think about this show and how it pushes the idea of what is possible. I have heard the word impossible more times in this show than I have heard in the culmination of my years of life. Yet that first line of that show brings a lot that comes to mind.
In Barry Allen’s monologue in the beginning of the show. He said he always dreamed of doing the impossible. Then he became the impossible. He became the fastest man alive. I don’t mean Usain Bolt fast either. In the show he became The Flash from lightning that hit him after an explosion from the particle accelerator in S.T.A.R. Labs. He uses his enhanced speed to save his city from other enhanced humans, or meta humans as they are being called in the show, and to solve the mystery of his mother’s murder. The thing is that when Barry Allen asked if you can believe in the impossible it occurred to me that someone else made the same statement in the Bible. Continue reading “The Flash – Luke 18:27”