George Lockhart


Have you ever been in that situation where you feel stuck between a rock and a hard place? Have you ever been in that worst case scenario that you never thought would happen? The children of Israel were faced with this very dilemma, wondering where do they go from here? As they were stuck with the Egyptians on one side and the Red Sea on another, God revealed Himself and showed them a few principles we can glean for our journey with God.  The passage is from Exodus 13:17-22.

God’s not interested in short-cuts.

17 When Pharaoh let the people go, God did not lead them on the road through the Philistine country, though that was shorter. 

The scripture clearly indicates that there was a shorter path, an easier way perhaps and yet God avoided that road. When it comes to discipleship, there are no short-cuts. God is not always going…

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