“Your road led through the sea, your pathway through the mighty waters—a pathway no one knew was there!”
When the Israelites were finally freed from their slavery, they set out on a perilous journey to reach the land that God had promised them. Their futures were uncertain, and their destination was unknown.
When they finally reached the Red Sea, all hope seemed to be lost. They had nowhere to go. It appeared to be the end of the line. Pharaoh and his army were closing in, and it probably felt like it was all for nothing. This would be the place they would die.
To the human eye, there was no path of escape, but His ways are higher than ours, and His thoughts are above ours. He saw a path where they didn’t.
God can always make a way where there seems to be no way. I’ve been reminding myself of this truth so often these last few weeks. that while I am limited in my humanity, God is not. He is still all-powerful, He is still victorious and He is still in absolute control.
Heaven is not in chaos right now. God isn’t running low on supplies or running out of resources. We may be limited, lacking, and faltering but God is not!
Remind yourself of this truth today, that even when there appears to be no path of escape, God can make one.