Lord, I woke up groggy and grumpy, she wrote in her journal. Why didn’t I just say no to
working, she scolded herself. Her thoughts all seemed to land on some unsettled piece
in her life, and as each thought parked itself in her soul, agitation seemed to rise.
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She stirred her coffee, her thoughts already swirling and swirling and returning to the
current conflict in her life. Tears of anger rose and dripped down her cheeks as she
made her way to her comfy chair. She was still too emotionally invested in the situation
and needed to step back and pray before jumping in and falling again…into her flesh.
Revelation began to separate the anger and hurt and all she could think of is the miracle
God performed for the Israelites when He parted the Red Sea so they could get across.
Just like the Israelites wanted desperately to escape their situation, to be rescued from
unfair treatment, she too had needed a sort of rescuing not necessarily from but in her
“Oh, Father, I’ve had a horrible case of flesh-itis!” she cried out. “I’ve been so focused
on all the hurtful and wrong things in this situation that I let my flesh swell up, get larger
than You in me. I’ve been so focused on what was wrong that I couldn’t see the blessing
The anger and frustration that had been building up over the last almost two weeks
began to melt away and, in its place, peace returned, bringing clarity, and
understanding. And while she knew in her heart getting across to the other side of this
situation may not be the easiest, she didn’t have to concern herself with the details for
He had parted the sea in this situation, and He would take her to the other side.
Friends, whatever needs a Red-Sea miracle in your life, can I encourage you to
surrender to the One who can part, join, empty, or fill any sea of circumstances.
Remember, what He brings us to He will bring us through.