Saturday, August 09, 2014

August 9 2014 … God Will Make A Way

Daily Berry Patch Devotions in 2014 - Day 221

Devotional Song: Go to this link - and take the time to see a lyrical video of an anonymous praise group singing the classic song … God Will Make A Way, proclaiming the reality that we serve a God Who makes a way through this wilderness we call life.

Highlight Passage: Psalm 77: 19-20 … [NKJV] …
19  Your way was in the sea; your path in the great waters, and Your footsteps were not known. 20  You led Your people like a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron. 
Highlight Context - NKJV: Psalm 77: 10-20 [NKJV] … GO TO THIS LINK

Reference Passage #1 - NKJV: Exodus 14: 10-22 [NKJV] … GO TO THIS LINK   God made a wondrous way for His people through the Red Sea … just as He will for us through life …

Reference Passage #2 - NKJV: Proverbs 3: 5-6 [NKJV] … GO TO THIS LINK … God’s way is the way of trust …

Reference Passage #3 - NKJV: Romans 8: 28 [NKJV] … GO TO THIS LINK God’s ways are always the good ways …

My Journal for Today: Today’s Our Daily Bread devotional entry, authored by David McCasland, took me back to the wondrous and miraculous way God made for His people to deliver them from Egypt, … through the parting of the Red Sea, which the Psalmist, Asaph, celebrated in his song, which we read in Psalm 77, a portion of which is copied and linked above.

And God may not part a river or a sea for us in our lives; but He set about making a way - no, … THE WAY - through the wastelands of sin in our lives by sending His Son to die so that we can walk, in faith, into an eternal relationship with Himself.

And so, when we are challenged by such passages as Romans 8: 28, we must recognize and acknowledge the God we serve; and through trusting and following Him, He will make a way … and as the song sings today, … a way where there seems to be no way.

My Prayer for Today … Lord, as I did yesterday and as I’ll do tomorrow, today I will seek to find YOUR way. … Amen

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