“Let not the floodwater overflow me, nor let the deep swallow me up.”
Let me share with you today, a message that blessed me and I hope you will be blessed as well in Jesus name.
The writer, Dave Branon, wrote in the 2006 edition of ‘Our Daily Bread’ about the mercy of God grabbing our hands out of the deep water. He wrote on an advert of an ‘SUV’ car travelling across a foreboding river, the advert said: “traversing deep water can cause damage, which voids the vehicle warranty.”
Deep water is problem not only for cars but also for us. As we travel the roadways of life, we often find ourselves surrounded with oceans of grief or crashing waves of broken relationships and thus we need help. The writers of Psalms told of that needed assistance, they said God is “a refuge in times of trouble” and that “in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion: in the secret of His tabernacle shall He hide me; He shall set me upon a rock” (Psalm 27:5).
Traversing deep water will not affect our spiritual warranty; God will always be there to guarantee His support. Are you in deep water today? Be sure that the Lord’s hands of mercy would be to grab you if you reach out to Him. Peter did when he was about sinking and the Lord stretched forth His hands to take him out of the water.
The Lord our God will take you out of that deep water and you will walk on it victoriously in Jesus name.
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