Sometimes we may feel as though the carpet is being pulled out from under our feet. This causes us to question if we are in a place where we might not be able to stand. In those times, we wonder if we are going to slip and fall. Our hearts are filled with sorrow; we sense heaviness enveloping our being and we pray fervently to be rescued.
Time after time God enlarges our path so we do not slip. This enlargement defies the tight place we may think we are in, and expresses the way God delivers us. It tells us He makes room for us when we may not know the freedom He has given us; He makes a way out of all troubling circumstances. We may almost slip, but we cannot be utterly cast down and perish eternally. The foundation on which we stand is strengthened and enlarged by the Christ we believe in—our sure foundation. In Christ there is no danger of slipping and falling.
When we almost fall, Christ sustains us to the utmost. He upholds all with His right hand and He will never permit the righteous to be moved. He delivers us out of all our afflictions. We pray believing He sustains us and gives us safety to stand every place we step, from glory to glory!
Psalms 18:35-36 “You have also given me the shield of Your salvation; Your right hand has held me up, Your gentleness has made me great. You enlarged my path under me, So my feet did not slip.”