Saturday, February 25, 2012

He Makes a Way {Something to Think About}

But forget all that—
it is nothing compared to what I am going to do.
For I am about to do something new.
See, I have already begun! Do you not see it?
I will make a pathway through the wilderness.
I will create rivers in the dry wasteland.
(Isaiah 43:18-19 NLT)

Do not dwell on the past. God’s already working on the future, and there is so much more to come! He will make a way where we see no way. He makes the impossible possible!

God bless you today!

In Christ,
Laura

Linking up today with my friends at Fresh Brewed SundaysJumping Tandem, and Sharing His Beauty.

16 comments:

  1. One of my favorite verses. He does make the impossible, possible.

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  2. Oh, how I love that verse. And when God gives it to me in a season of what feels like silence about the future.

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    1. I've read it many times, but today it seemed to leap right off the page! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

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  3. Isn't it wonderful that HE provides what we need? what an awesome dad.

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  4. So thankful that He always provides a way. He brings us "through" the valley. He is so faithful.

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  5. God is so faithful. When everything looks bleak and dreary, He is right there making a new thing. His promise is true, He will never leave or forsake us and each day He does a new and wonderful thing for us.

    Great verse!
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  6. I was reading some old journals today, and I found myself starting to dwell on all the mess in my past. And then I read this verse! He is doing a NEW thing! So true!

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    1. It's so easy to dwell on the past and old regrets. God says in His Word that He goes before us. Focusing on Him keeps us facing forward, looking to the NEW that He is creating. Thanks for visiting Katie!

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  7. I so rely on Him planning and putting my future in place. One of the blessings? Even with my generational and personal horrific background, HE can/does use what was done as an opportunity to reach out to people who are walking through what I did and gives me the blessing of blessing and encouraging them.

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    1. God comforts us and we learn from our experiences so we can then be there for others in similar situations. Definitely a blessing! Thanks for visiting today!

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  8. and what an amazing architect He is!
    thanks for this encouragement today, Laura!
    all for Him,
    Nikki

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  9. Praise God! It is exciting, isn't it, to discover what God is planning? And we can be sure that it is always good!

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts!