Christ will make a way when there’s no way. Your situation may seem hopeless and like there’s no way out. It may seem as though nothing will ever change – but one day you will see, God will make a way. It may not happen as quickly as you would like. Miracles don’t always happen overnight. Recovery and healing can take a long time. But we must be patient and endure. We must take care of ourselves and our health. We must ask for God’s direction and guidance.
Sometimes we wait on a miracle to happen, and it seems like we’ll never get what we are wishing for – however, one day our miracle will appear. I believe there are miracles all over the place. There are many things most would not consider miracles that I do like oxygen, for example, health to your bones, or healthy blood work, these are things that others may take for granted.
I recognize these every day miracles and have experienced some much bigger ones. I’ve experienced God making a way when there is no way. I’ve seen him shine his unconditional love so that we may see. I’ve seen His love in many ways. When the outcome was grim, God picked me up. He saved me and gave me life again.
Through hardship, and I have had more than one, I’ve learned that God will always make a way out. He will give you the strength to endure and enough wisdom to survive whatever you’re going through. We must call out to him and ask and seek. We cannot only depend on ourselves. There is a way when you don’t call on God, but it’s usually not the right one. The only way to make it is through Him. He is the beginning and the end. The maker of everything.♥️✨🙏
Zina Hermez has authored the best-selling book(s), Not Without God: A Story of Survival and Not Without God: Hope In the Storm. She’s been featured in numerous articles, guest posts, podcasts, websites, newsletters, and magazines. She’s also been featured on The Neil Haley (media giant’s) Show, The Intuitive Edge podcast, and on ESPN’s ‘Solutions from the Huddle’broadcast as well as Grace and Truth Radio World!
Zina’s written several hundred articles and has taught thousands of students from all over the world from many different backgrounds and parts of the world. She’s appeared in Christianity Today, the Suite T blog, and the Southern Writers magazine among many other places. Last August she created the “Writing Because I Can’t Not Write Group” meetings and workshops where aspiring and seasoned authors network and learn together.
Zina writes on faith, science, and overcoming adversity. She likes to write about health and diet also and loves to help others. Her latest book, Not Without God: Hope In the Storm was published last year