We are commanded to remember that God created on the seventh day. (Exodus 20:11) We celebrate God’s ability to make things out of things that do not appear. (Hebrews 11:3). In revelation we are reminded that there will be a movement and a message that celebrates God’s creative power when it has the everlasting Gospel. (Revelation 14:7).
God Creates Out of Nothing
God creates out of nothing. When we celebrate this idea we celebrate that God needs nothing to make something. Such an idea implies that God has a way out of or through all of our situations because God doesn’t need something that “appears” to create. When we find ourselves in need of rent money. We know that God can take care of it in God’s own time and in God’s own way. Even though we may not be able to see how God is going to do it, we can know that God will do it, because God specializes in making “something” out of things that do not “appear.” It may not be money that God provides. I don’t know what God will do, but how God does it is up to God, we just trust in the power and ability of God. In other words we trust God’s creative power.
The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow
Our ancestors were right when they said, God will make a way out of no way. They were simply saying that God has the creative power to change any situation into a better situation. And even though we may not be able to see it, we can know it.
But how can we know it? God has commanded us to remember the Sabbath that we may have time to think about God’s creative power. We can know it, because God has given us time to internalize the fact that God creates things out of things that do not appear. God has given us the Sabbath to remind us that when our back is against the wall, God is not surprised and that God can see you through the situation.
The Sabbath Helps Us Know It
If it weren’t for the Sabbath, many of us would spend our lives in the constant worry of trying to take care of our needs and planning for our future needs. However, the Sabbath gives us time to sit back and think about how Jesus has been with us in our past, and anticipate God’s continued presence with us.