The Red Sea Rules: 10 God-Given Strategies for Difficult Times

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Thomas Nelson Inc, May 13, 2014 - Religion - 160 pages
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Just as Moses and the Israelites found themselves caught between "the devil and the deep Red Sea," so are we sometimes overwhelmed by life's problems. The Red Sea Rules reveals that even in the midst of seemingly impossible situations God promises to make a way for us. His loving guidance will protect us through danger, illness, marital strife, financial problems, or whatever challenges Satan places in our path.

Using the Israelites' story in Exodus 14 as an example, Robert Morgan offers ten sound strategies for moving from fear to faith. Life is hard, especially for Christians. It is certain that we will face difficulties, and that God will allow them, as He allowed the Israelites to become trapped between Pharaoh's rushing armies and the uncrossable Red Sea. But just as certain is the fact that the same God who led us in will lead us out. As The Red Sea Rules makes comfortingly clear, He is in control.

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I am in a ministry that works with people in crisis. This book is an excellent book for those individuals. Cool thing is now a few of these individuals are loaning their book to others who are struggling with a crisis situation. Read full review

Little book with a life changing lesson.

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This little book is about how truly great and wonderful our God really is, and how His sovereignty and goodness is the very foundation of reason to trust Him in even the most difficult of situations. I would highly recommend it to anyone. Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Rob Morgan is the pastor of The Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has served for more than thirty years. He is a bestselling and Gold-Medallion winning writer of more than twenty books with more than two million in print circulation. Rob has written articles for numerous publications and has appeared on national television and radio shows. He and his wife, Katrina, have three daughters and twelve grandchildren.

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