Have you ever felt like this? What does this really mean? You find yourself in a situation, and there are very few ways to react to it. It means to be out of options.
Several Bible characters found themselves in similar circumstances. Take Moses and the children of Israel, for instance. They were hemmed, in but God made away for them that no one knew was there. He made a dry path through the Red Sea.
Penny Mitchell posted this today, and it may be right where you feel that you are as well. “Something the Lord gave me that I know I need to reflect upon again is when your back is up against the wall, you are no longer looking behind you.
- When your back is up against the wall, you have a sturdy place to rest, and your stance is strengthened.
- When your back is against the wall, you can see every window and door in the room.
- When your back is up against the wall, it is in that place God can show you the strategic path for your life.”
““Because he loves me,” says the Lord, “I will rescue him; I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name. He will call on me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and honor him.”” Psalm 91:14-15 NIV
Thanks Penny, we all needed this.
We believe in you,
Cleddie and GayNell