Which maketh a way in the sea

Renee Ann Smith —  April 13, 2011 — 37 Comments

Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters. “Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do something new, now it will spring forth; will you not be aware of it? I will even make a roadway in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.”~~Isaiah 43: 16, 18 & 19

***This photo was taken from Cap’n Mike’s boat during my lovely summer vacation in South Carolina, 2009.

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Renee Ann Smith

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I teach literature in a Christian high school by day and write inspirational fiction by night. I love to share heart-touching quotes and stories here on my blog. So glad you stopped by!

37 responses to Which maketh a way in the sea

  1. Gorgeous photo and what wonderfully encouraging Bible verses. Thank you for such a sweet smile for this Word-Filled Wednesday!

  2. WOW! Such a great pic for this post Renee!!!!

  3. Amen, I recieve that powerful word today. Love the picture!


  4. Lovely picture and I could not resist finding the song.
    God will make a way
    Where there seems to be no way
    He works in ways we cannot see
    He will make a way for me
    He will be my guide
    Hold me closely to His side
    With love and strength
    For each new day
    He will make a way
    He will make a way

    By a roadway in the wilderness
    He’ll lead me
    And rivers in the desert will I see
    Heaven and earth will fade
    But His Word will still remain
    He will do something new today

    So gloriously true.

  5. So appreciate these posts, Renee Ann. We’re thinking along the same lines this morning. LOVE the pic! It brings sunshine to my soul:)

  6. What a FANTASTIC picture and verse! He WILL make a way!

  7. What a wonderful verse to go along with a gorgeous photo!

  8. So grateful that He can always make a way out of no way!!

  9. Love the photo and the scripture to go with it. Very nice today.

  10. Hi Renee Ann!
    This is a beautiful photo and the words and scripture that go with it are perfect! Thanks for the inspiration and encouragement and for linking this post up to NOBH!
    PS: I’m thinking that this photo would make a great book cover of a book you could write yourself or review 🙂

  11. Your post is both inspiring and soothing to my spirit. I love the pairing of this Bible verse with your picture. Thank-you for sharing!

  12. Great photo and awesome reminder. Thanks!


  13. That is such a great photo, and it fits with the words so well! Thanks for the reminder today 🙂

  14. God’s making a way for new things…woohoo!!!

  15. You’re so wise.
    I love this and totally needed this right now.

    Btw, thank you so so so much for your thoughts, concern, and wishes. Of all the comments I received I loved that you said you’d pray for peace for me. Thank you so much my friend!

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  17. Thank you for this post, I am praying that our God, Jesus Christ, will make a way where there is no way! Amen!
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  18. What was that old building? What’s it’s history?

    • Thanks for stopping by, Nikole! I don’t know much about this old building–just that it caught my eye! And even tho’ I was on vacation in SC, I think we drove to GA for the day when I took this boat ride.

  19. Hi Renee!

    What a great photo — paired with such inspiring words from God. Thank you for this poetic inspiration in the jam! Loved it.

  20. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful memory. I’m from Friday Photo Flashback. I’m your latest follower, nice to meet you. Happy Easter.

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