Crosswalk the Devotional

God Will Make a Way Where There Seems to Be No Way
By Debbie McDaniel, Crosswalk.com Writer

“…I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.” Isaiah 43:19

He will make a way where there seems to be no way. In the toughest of situations, this seems to be God’s specialty. And aren’t you thankful?

God has it all figured out. So we don’t have to worry.

He’s working on our behalf even when we can’t see it all. He has a plan and purpose in whatever we walk through. He can cut a clear pathway through anything.

And in seemingly hopeless situations where we can’t see any way out, God’s power has the opportunity to shine the greatest. It’s in those times when we come to the end of ourselves, where we know we can’t depend on our own abilities, on anything we have, or anyone we know, but instead are reminded that we are totally and completely reliant on Him - it’s those times that are the most powerful of all.

He can make a way through the wilderness and cause streams to rise up, bringing refreshing even in the desert times.

He can split the sea, move mountains, or any barrier before us, and allow us to walk through on dry ground.

He can conquer any giant, and bring victory to His children.

He can close the mouths of lions, providing safety.

He can open prison doors, setting us free.

He can protect us from the flames of adversity.

He can carry us through any storm.

He’s the God of miracles. He never changes. For He’s the same yesterday, today, and forever.

And He fights for you today.

Peace.

Intersecting Faith & Life: God is always working on your behalf, even behind the scenes where you can’t fully see. In that place where you see no way out, in that struggle where you see no solution, in that problem where you have no answer, lay it before Him. Every worry. Every care. Be reminded that He is with you today, He knows your way, and has a plan. Trust Him.

Further Reading: 
Proverbs 3:5-6
Isaiah 43:16-21
Exodus 14:13-31

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