It was not a huge deep breath blown with force to get the water to move; it was not more than breathing out through His nostrils that moved the Red Sea and parted the waters holding the walls of water up on each side, as the children of Israel walked across on dry land. What would have happened if the Lord had blown His breath forcefully with a great exhaling through His mouth?
What a God! Just a breath breathed through His nostrils produced a wondrous rearranging of that which we call "natural" and "impossible."
If we think about it there is nothing happening in our world today that should give us cause to hold our breath in fear or confusion. Our only exhaling must be those of prayers to a God Who is up to the challenge, whatever challenge may present itself to us collectively or individually.
Prayers breathed out to a God of limitless capabilities are as able to evoke Him to move the impossible and to perform the "un-natural" in our behalf as ever He did for those whom we have followed in faith.
Try this exercise: breathe, Jesus in; breathe, prayers out.