Not knowing how she would accomplish the task ahead of them, Sister Oscarson and her husband, Paul, turned to the scriptures. They read the biblical account of Abraham and Sarah, who were “old and well stricken in age” when they learned they were going to have a baby. Sarah laughed at the news. But the Lord responded, “Wherefore did Sarah laugh … ? Is any thing too hard for the Lord?” (Genesis 18:11, 13–14).
As they prepared to move their young family to Sweden, the passage “Is anything too hard for the Lord” took on great meaning for the young couple.