There is a way

March 11, 2007 at 5:18 pm 2 comments

By PR. SIMON MWANGI

 “…I am making a way in the desert, a stream in the wasteland.” – Isaiah 43:19.

God has a breakthrough for you today (Jer. 29:11).

The Red Sea, the desert wastelands, the flooded Jordan could not stop the marching armies of Isreal from reaching their inheritance.

Where there seemed to be no way, God made a highway.

Where there was no water, He caused springs and streams to flow.

There is a way:

  • In the promises of God (II Cor. 1:20).
  • In the presence of God (John 14:6).
  • In the power of God (Matt. 19:26).

God is moving the mountain before you and you will walk on level ground (Zechariah 4:7).

You will reach your inheritance and full potential in Jesus’ name.

Turn your worries and anxieties over to Jesus (Phil. 4:6, 7).

Be blessed!

The writer ministers at Parklands Baptist Church, Nairobi, Kenya.

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  • 1. Toiyoi Birgen  |  March 12, 2007 at 10:13 pm

    KA,
    Sorry i put this comment on the wrong place, it was meant for the previous entry, but just in case it answers another saint’s doubt, i placed it here:

    On “God is moving the mountain before you and you will walk on level ground”

    I have been thinking much about this, in fact this very day, and i do get concerned that because of unbelief, we may have changed the meaning that Chist had in mind. We always talk of God moving the Mountain. But is it really The Lords’s responsibility or ours?

    Christ said (Matt 21:21): “If you shall say to this mountain..”

    He did not say: “If you ask God to Move this mountain”.

    Could this be the reason why we do not see mountains being moved? Asking the Lord to do what he wants us to do? (Of course i have no doubt he may if asked, but has he not provided a way to do it?). And as concerning the quoted Zech 4:7. Is this passage not refering to Zerrubabel? But even supposing that Zerrubabel did not refer to Zechariah himself, whose teaching should we be more keen to follow? A greater one than (Solomon) Zechariah, of course.

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  • 2. KA  |  March 12, 2007 at 11:19 pm

    @ Toiyoi – Uhhmn…interesting thoughts there. Wouldn’t we have to re-visit the age-old wrestlings on divine sovereignity and / or / vs human responsibility?

    Reply

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