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Friday, March 23, 2007

I Will Praise You In The Storm

(Isaiah 25:1)The Message "God, you are my God. I celebrate you. I praise you…. You've done your share of miracle-wonders, well-thought-out plans, solid and sure. ……. But you, shelter from the storm ….".

Why do we have storms? Why must Shari and Mark and baby Caroline go through this heartache? Why must any of us go through that in which we do?

I can't answer that. The truth is, we may never know this side of Heaven.

We can learn a lot from nature. During these massive storms that seem to happen more and more in life, the birds and creatures of God's making will run for shelter just like we do when it becomes too much. And it's not until the storm dies down do we begin to peek out and see what is left from our shattered life's. There we see precious little delicacies all around us. Little by little we come out, grab some food and scurry back into the hole. Then the next day we do it again but this time we stay out a little longer. Eventually, we are back into the real world again.

Noah did the same thing. He was in the biggest storm in history. Afterwards, he sent out a dove each day and eventually when God's creature found land, they were able to make a new beginning.
If it had not been for some storms in our life's, we might not have sought the shelter of our Jesus.

If a storm has come into your life, you can feast on the reminiscence of the storm and find your shelter in Christ.

Let each day be a new beginning. And feast on His Word.


Caroline is improving.... they are weening her off her drugs....They are doing a MRI of her brain today... she has been moved out of PICU to a pediatric room at Egleston. We so appreciate your prayers... and thank you so much for checking in on Caroline......

2 little hearts from you...:

Ivey Elizabeth Sirmans said...

Thank you for your encouragement.

We will never know how God chooses which innocent child will suffer. But suffering does not necessarily mean all bad. I have been reading alot about suffering. It allows mankind to become more passionate a little less selfish. It touches hearts. These babies are direct paths to God. I do not always agree with this, but it is the only way.

Deborah Hooper said...

Caroline is in my prayers today. Be assured that God redeems all our suffering.

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