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God made a way

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Yes, God did it again. He made a way when I didn't know what would happen. We can never doubt Him, because 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 open the flood gates for what it is you want in your life. And He will part the Red Sea for you too. Oh yes He will. I remember a time when my nights were long and depressing and I felt alone, but God moved in my life and I'm stronger, faster, and better today. If you are in that place right now, know this: God is awesome and God will do it for you. Yes, He will make a way out of that dark place for you. Don't you give up your faith. Utter some words to Him right now to let Him know you hear Him, you feel Him, and you sense Him. Then His power will come where you are and you will too, become stronger, faster, and better.  

What I'm saying is that God knows what's going on and He will come through for you. He will do it -- He make a way in your life when it seems there is no way. If He did it for me, He will do it for you. The Lord 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." And God is saying the same thing to you right now. 
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