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God did it again

Yes, God did it again. He made a way when I didn't know what would happen. He made away when I didn’t know how I’d come out of the storm. He made a way when just about everybody turned their backs on me. And He made a way when there was no natural way I was going to come through. Yes, my God of everything — the God all things, did it again. And guess what? He will do it again and again and again. That’s why He’s God. And that’s why   we can never doubt Him. Quite clearly, He's the God of all-things-are-possible-for-those-who-believe. That's why He's God all by himself.

So, just in case you may be thinking, God won't make a way out of no way, think again. He can and will bring you out of and through anything. I remember a time when my nights were long and depressing and I felt alone, but God moved in my life. He brought me out of that darkness and He will do it for you too. If you are in that place right now, know this: God is awesome and God will come through for you. Yes, He will make a way out of that dark place for you. Don't give up your faith, because you don’t see a natural way out. God is God and He knows how to help you. He will come through for you. Yes, He will do it right now -- He make a way in your life when it seems there is no way. Remember what He said to Joshua in Joshua 1:5? "No one will be able to stand against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you."  Have you called out to Him? God is with you. 
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