Because He loves us, we need only to stand still and see the salvation of the Lord.

Because He loves us, we need only to stand still and see the salvation of the Lord.

“And Moses said to the people, ‘Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish for you today.'” ~ Exodus 14:13

Lord, thank You for reminding me that I am a child of God. I belong to You, the Maker of heaven and earth! I am loved by You, kept by You. You tell me I am Your special treasure. Do you know how much that means to me, Lord? Because YOU are my special treasure.

I adore You Lord. I cherish Your love.

I am facing a Red Sea.

The enemy keeps trying to gain ground with my thoughts, and fears, and with my health. But YOU, Lord, tell me to stand still on the edge of my Red Sea.

Stand still and see the salvation of my God.

Stand still until You give the command to step into the water.

And when You do, the waters will rise on both sides and I will march through on dry ground. And my enemies will be swallowed up by Your wrath.

And I will turn and laugh at the enemy of my soul! Is it okay if I laugh at him, Lord? I’m so tired of his chase and his relentless desire to see me cave to his pressure. I can’t wait to see Satan swallowed up in Your wrath.

Thank You Lord. Thank You for the victory. Thank You for Your Blood shed for me that I might know You. Thank You for Your power within me, Your anointing upon me. I praise Your holy Name.

You are God.

You are holy, mighty, faithful, and true.

And You are mine — my Beloved.

I love You, Lord.

In Jesus’ Name I pray,



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Have you read Faith Notes ~ Cynthia Lott Vogel: Hidden Treasures in Mental Illness yet?

Cynthia Lott Vogel has been a believer in Christ since childhood but abandoned her faith temporarily in her 20’s. Since her return to faith in Y’shua (Jesus, my Salvation), she had taught a large ladies Bible study and headed up the missions committee in her church until her health forced her to resign. She no longer can drive a car and lives a rather isolated life — social media online being her outlet and source of friendships. Illness and heartache have schooled her in the discipline of suffering and her faith has allowed her to endure and to appreciate the many gifts the Lord brings to those who wait on Him.

Aren’t you thankful I brought Cynthia your way today? She is a walking testament of grace. You will be touched by her honesty as she describes the suffering she has endured. You will be strengthened by her faith as time and again, the Lord reveals Himself to her in her darkest moments.