Rivers in the Desert

“I Have Called You by Name and You are Mine!”

No matter how impossible a situation may be, God knows the route and will give us hints along the way. It is important to pay attention to every detail, no matter how big or small. God can make “Rivers in the Desert.”

For this Son Day for Sunday message, I turned to Isaiah 43. It is a chapter filled with words of promise and hope that we are not alone.

Jesus had the same struggles we have. After returning from the Jordan “full of the Spirit, he was led into the desert for forty days” and was tempted at every turn. Hungry and tired, he held on believing, “When you pass through deep waters, I will be with you; your troubles will not overwhelm you. When you pass through fire, you will not be burned; the hard trials that come will not hurt you.”

Here is a special message, just for you:

You have within you the innate ability to rise to the occasion; rise above fear or uncertainty. Find a common purpose or theme and stick to it. Regardless of your labor, the goal is still the same. Seek peace and you will have it. See a higher order at work.”

Don’t linger. Re-awaken in the connection!

“Here I am, doing a new thing; now it is springing up—do you not know about it? I will surely make a way in the desert, rivers in the wasteland.” 

 

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