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God will make a way

The year has just begun. Today, we celebrated our wedding anniversary. Looking back, I feel grateful for all the things the Lord has brought us through. Blessed with children; and experiencing God’s covering and provision every season. I can surely count my blessings and name them one by one – Amid all these blessings, I identify some things that I’m still believing in the Lord to come through for us as a family. Those unsurmountable mountains, those weights, and failures – I began to reflect on them again, and then I whispered to myself “The Lord will surely make way.” Thanks, Be to God for the Holy Spirit.

What this means to me is that no matter what I may face, the Lord is a “way maker” And no matter how big or small the issues are, God will surely make a way.

Although we know God will make a way we still sometimes cringe when we remember those unmet needs. And without realizing doubt looms in. And sometimes we tend to make the word of the Lord a cliché. But when God spoke through the prophet Isaiah, He meant what He was saying to His people - “Behold, I will do a new thing, now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness, And rivers in the desert. (Isaiah 43:19)

Will the Lord do a new thing about my situation? Will He make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert? If we have an idea of what a desert looks like it seems we have a clear picture of the deserts in our lives – where nothing seems to grow – but here is where the Lord is saying He will cause rivers to flow.

The way I approach this verse is that I outline every area of my life that looks like the verse to God, since I don’t want these words to be a cliché, I vocalize a confident prayer. As it is “this is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, He hears us. I John 5:14. Yes, everything we ask in prayer is according to the word he hears, and he will surely hear this prayer too. He will make a way as we go to Him in prayer. We might not know when, and we might not know how but He will make a way.

I thought about those lofty moments I have with my children when I’ve planned something big for them but just waiting for the opportune time to launch it but to them, they might think it is not doable. So, I put myself in the shoes of my children and put God in my shoes and say it out loud again and again “God will surely make a way.”

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