God Will Make A Way!

Isaiah 43:19 says, “The Lord will make a way where there seems to be no way” and Hebrews 13:8 says, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.”

When you combine these two power scriptures together you’ll find, the same God that made a way last time will make a way this time. God knows that our seasons of difficulties are not forever. With that said, there is no need to tread water in the middle of the waters thinking that it is your lot in life for all time. Do you remember Israel’s water obstacle in Exodus14:13-14, 21-22? Israel reached what appeared like a dead end and to add insult to injury, their enemy was pursuing them and closing in at the rear. But God made a way! They literally walked through the waters on dry land and continue progressing forward and let’s just say their enemies should have taken swim lessons….

Beloved of God, whenever you reach a dead end in life always remember that you too will get through because God is the One who gets you through and when you get through you will be changed for the better having gone through it! Charles Spurgeon put it this way, “The Lord will make a way for you where no foot has gone before. That which, like a sea, threatens to drown you will be a highway for your escape.”

If you made it this far in reading this devotional message, I invite you to read Isaiah 43:19 and Hebrews 13:8 again. It’s critically important for you to remember and abide in these two biblical truths everyday! God is not in the failing business! Everything He does is done for His glory and our good!








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