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Many years ago, I was so sick that I nearly gave up all hope that I would or could be made well. I was invited by a friend to an event where Robert J. Morgan was the main speaker. He talked about trials. He shared some of his book, The Red Sea Rules. His talk caught my ear because I felt trapped by what doctors believed were multiple autoimmune disorders.
It was through reading his book, searching Scripture, and nearly constant prayer, that I realized that God sometimes leads us to an impossible predicament so that He can lead us through it.
The Israelites were surrounded and just about captured. They had the Red Sea on one side and Pharaoh’s Army on the other. It seemed that all hope was lost.
God had a plan, because He is the God of the impossible.
Yesterday, about 7 years after the night I heard Robert J. Morgan, I was invited to a ladies retreat. The speaker quoted from Psalm 77. She spoke of God’s unseen footsteps in our lives and in the lives of the Israelites as they waited on The Lord.
What a reminder of how God has been with me through this journey of fully healing and restoring what once was a mystery to doctors. Praising God that He was with me every step of the way… even when it seemed impossible He whispered, “It’s not over yet…”
I’m sharing this today because someone needs this reminder just like I did years ago. God has a plan for your life— He knows you and He loves you. Keep your eyes fixed on Him.
You may be facing a trial today that seems impossible—call out to God. He hears you. He can and still does lead us through paths that seem unlikely. He still restores physical health, emotional health, broken relationships, anxiety, depression, and so much more.
He is the one who can and does make the impossible, possible. He makes a way where there is no way.
As the Psalmist wrote, “Your way was through the sea, your path through the great waters; yet your footprints were unseen.”- Psalm 77:19
Originally posted on Such a Time as This Facebook on April 28, 2019.