The Street to Freedom

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Jesus Calling – Sarah Young

By the time you rise from your bed, I have already prepared the way for you.

Psalm 23 – HCSB

The LORD is my shepherd;
there is nothing I lack.
He lets me lie down in green pastures;

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He leads me beside quiet waters.

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He renews my life;
He leads me along the right paths for His name’s sake.

Even when I go through the darkest valley,
I fear no danger,
for You are with me;
Your rod and Your staff – they comfort me.

You prepare a table before me
in the presence of my enemies;
You anoint my head with oil;
my cup overflows.
Only goodness and faithful love will pursue me
all the days of my life,
and I will dwell in the house of the LORD as long as I live.

Streams in the Desert – L. B. Cowman

The LORD said to Moses, ” . . . Tell the Israelites to move on.  Raise your staff and stretch out your hand over the sea.”  (Exodus 14:15-16)

Never dread any consequence resulting from absolute obedience to His command. Never fear the rough waters ahead, which through their proud contempt impede your progress. God is greater than the roar of raging water and the mighty waves of the sea. “The LORD sits enthroned over the flood; the LORD is enthroned as King forever” (Ps. 29:10). A storm is simply the hem of His robe, the sign of His coming, and the evidence of His presence.

Dare to trust Him! Dare to follow Him! Then discover that the forces that blocked your progress and threatened your life become at His command the very materials He uses to build your street to freedom. – F. B. Meyer

He is building my street to freedom.


Have you come to the Red Sea place in your life,
Where, in spite of all you can do,
There is no way out, there is no way back,
There is no other way but through?
Then wait on the Lord with a trust serene
Till the night of your fear is gone;
He will send the wind, He will heap the floods,
When He says to your soul, “Move on.”

And His hand will lead you through – clear through –
Ere the watery walls roll down,
No foe can reach you, no wave can touch,
No mightiest sea can drown;
The tossing billows may rear their crests,
Their foam at your feet may break,
But o’er the seabed you will walk dry ground
In the path that your Lord will make.

In the morning watch, ‘neath the lifted cloud,
You will see but the Lord alone,
When He leads you on from the place of the sea
To a land that you have not known;
And your fears will pass as your foes have passed,
You will be no more afraid;
You will sing His praise in a better place,
A place that His hand has made.

– Annie Johnson Flint

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