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Message of the Day: God Will Make A Way!

Behold, I will do a new thing,
Now it shall spring forth;
Shall you not know it?
I will even make a road in the wilderness
And rivers in the desert
.” (Isaiah 43:19, NKJV)

God had formed the nation of Israel for Himself. The nation had been consistently disobedient. Still, they were God’s nation, and through all their sins and sufferings God would work to demonstrate to all the world that He, and He alone, is God.

For Israel’s sake, God will overthrow Babylon. He is still Israel’s covenant God, and once again he will redeem his people from bondage. (Isa. 43:14-15). Just as he miraculously led Israel through the Red Sea and across the desert in the time of Moses, so he will lead his people to the promised land again. (Isa. 43:16-19)

As we face the new year, let us believe and hope that God will do a new thing for us. That is, something has never occurred before, an unheard of and wonderful event, that shall far surpass all that he had done in the past year. He will protect us and provide for us.


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