Wednesday, January 6, 2010


These are some of the most encouraging words I have read in a long time. See if you agree with me!

“Just think of it: the winds blew, the sea split, the waters congealed into towering walls and the Israelites passed through dry-shod. Exodus 14

The Red Sea may roll before us; the desert may entrap us; the enemy may press on our heels. The past may seem implausible and the future impossible, but God works in ways we cannot see. He will make a way of escape for His weary but waiting children.

I the Lord will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert. Isa. 43:19

When you pray, keep alert and be thankful. Be sure to pray that God will make a way. Col 4:2-3

The Lord will utterly…make a way to cross on foot. Isa. 11:15

No sea is deeper than the ocean of His love. There is no army stronger than His hosts, no force greater than His throne of grace, no enemy who can overcome His direct and indirect work in our lives.

The reality of the Red Sea, in a word, is this: God will always make a way for His tired, yet trusting children, even if He must split the sea to do it”

Adapted from THE RED SEA RULES, Robert J. Morgan

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