Good morning. I think I chose this song recently but am going to choose it again. It is new to me. “God will make a way, when there seems to be no way.” Cornelius, a Roman centurion, is seeking God but is considered an outsider by the Jews he is in charge of. There is no social venue for him to even hear about their faith, personally. But this week we looked how God stepped in and made a way, speaking to Cornelius in a vision and to Peter in a vision. God brings them together miraculously and the course of Christianity is changed and broadened as the early believers are challenged to understand what God is so obviously doing.
Last night my husband. who is struggling with Parkinson’s Disease and can barely walk, and I were invited to dinner by an old friend we had not seen for years who was in our area. It was my husband’s birthday and we were invited to a place I have longingly driven by but never gone to eat. In fact the place was hidden by trees so I did not know what to anticipate. It ended up being a long downhill boardwalk to a scenic patio on a beach but for a person who struggles to walk at all and uses a walker, it was a nightmare. Of course it started to rain, lightning and thunder and we had to immediately climb back up the hill to a safer venue. The cook and manager stayed with us, pushing as we held up let and got my husband through the rain to a safe place. It was terribly embarrassing but it was also deeply touching at how people helped and were God’s hands to make a way because on our own, we could not have done it. Thank you Lord for people who help.
Blessings as you face your challenges today and look for how God is helping!
God will make a way, Where there seems to be no way. He works in ways we cannot see. He will make a way for me.
He will be my guide, Hold me closely to His side. With love and strength for each new day, He will make a way, He will make a way
Oh, God will make a way. Where there seems to be no way. He works in ways we cannot see. He will make a way for me. He will be my guide. Hold me closely to His side. With love and strength for each new day. He will make a way, He will make a way
By a roadway in the wilderness, He’ll lead me (Rivers in the desert). Rivers in the desert will I see. Heaven and earth will fade but His Word will still remain
And He will do something new today
Who might be here tonight. You may think God has forgotten you. About your situation, but He hasn’t. The Bible says that we are inscribe in the palm of His hand
And Heaven and earth may pass away. But His word will remain forever
And He can do exceedingly, abundantly. Above all that we could ever ask or think tonight (amen). Amen, let’s sing it.
God will make a way!