February 20, 2019
When we are faced with impossible situations, many of us tend to respond in fear. We see this in the Old Testament as well. In Exodus 14, when the Israelites realized they were caught between a rock and a watery place, they panicked.
February 19, 2019
When the Israelites came to the Red Sea and had the impossible choice of drowning or dying, they came up with another option: complaining to their leader. Look at their words to Moses, dripping with sarcasm:
February 18, 2019
The past two weeks, we have been looking at what I am calling our “Red Sea moments.” These are the difficult situations we encounter throughout our lives when we do not know what to do. Like the Israelites standing in front of the Red Sea, we are facing a seemingly impossible situation and need God’s supernatural intervention.
February 15, 2019
As we look at Israel’s Red Sea moment recorded in Exodus 14, we notice a marvelous example of the sovereignty of God. God said to Moses, in essence, “When I lead you along this unexpected route, Pharaoh is going to think you are just wandering around aimlessly.
February 14, 2019
All of us face impossible situations sometimes, don’t we? Our backs are up against the wall; there seems to be no way of escape.
February 13, 2019
I read once that the time that plants grow the most is not during the warm winds and gentle rains of the spring and summer; the time plants grow most is during furious storms.
February 12, 2019
If we designed our own road maps, we would always take the easiest route in life, but that is not God’s plan for us.