Keith L. Brooks, Essential Themes, (Moody Press, Chicago; 1974), pp. 92-93
Do you believe in the sun when it is pitch dark?
We are always getting ourselves into tight corners (coming to our "wit's end"). The Bible has just such an expression and shows us how God makes full provision for His children who need more than human wisdom.
The apostle Paul five times uses a Greek word which means "in a tight corner," or, as we would say, "at our wit's end." Note these passages and see how God always opened the way of escape.
1. 2. 3. 4.
: His grace will enable us to commend ourselves and to have a victorious testimony, even when it appears, humanly speaking, that there is no way out.
We do not need to be panicky
No tight corner can hold us if Christ is with us in it. Wit's end corner is a blessing in disguise, if it presses us nearer to Him.
than our completeness and holiness. He knows what process to use. We need never be morbid.
God plans nothing less
2. 3. 4.