We are all linked together because of Jesus; the One that died for us and knows everything we have experienced.
Episode #15 – Carol McLeod shares the lessons learned through life’s most difficult storms as well as the storms in the Bible. Discover how Carol learned to become Storm-Proof
One day, the light of judgment will shine into every human heart.
It’s easier not to worry about the worst-case scenario when the child belongs to someone else, but when they’re your child, it changes everything.
All the promises of God are yes and amen. God can’t lie. If He has promised us something in His Word, then we can stake our lives on it.
Make no mistake, the enemy does not ever stop his assault against our marriages. That is until…
When you have lost your peace, or there is chaos around you, call God into the situation. His presence will bring forth change!
The winds may blow from the west or from some unusual direction but they will blow.
There can be so many different disruptions (storms) in our lives. We don’t jump into someones lap (even though we want to) but, we still feel the heavy weight of anxiety.
To follow Christ and live in relationship with Him is not to live a life without storms. Storms come to everyone. Rains descend on everyone. Winds beat against and flood waters rise on everyone. The difference is in the foundation.
When our hope is in outcomes in this world, rather than in the Author of this world, our hope is fragile.
He is not letting you drown. He is letting you go through a metamorphosis of your own, a process.
The rain comes down in a torrent sweep
And the nights smell warm and piney,
The garden thrives, but the tender shoots
Are yellow-green and tiny.
We must recognize that God’s promise is that He will never leave us despite the storms that come our way. The promise is NEVER that the storms won’t come.
Hope is a big word. It might only be four letters, but the concept is much deeper than it is short.
The hurricanes throughout our marriage have shown us that we are very capable of bending without breaking as trees do in powerful storms.