Is any place really safe in the world we live? Through the years people have looked for places to hide, but there is only one safe hiding place. Here are some of the reasons why some may look for a hiding place. Maybe these reasons apply to you–now or in the past:
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Okay, the first question is not the real issue, is it? The real question is, Do you really trust God? Do the two go together? Absolutely. Most of us want to trust God for the “fix”–the answer that we’ve asked Him for. Claim the promise. Right? So we confess it, we act on it, and we nail it down! God said it, that’s that! Yes, I really trust God. And we wait to see the fix.
In times of disaster, natural or otherwise, maybe you struggle with why’s or how to help. Some arrive in the center of the storm, ready to pluck victims from death’s reach. Others use hands, feet, boats, cars, or planes for rescue. So many send food, water, clothing—anything and everything that is needed in the aftermath of a disaster. But any of us—all of us—can give something. And we can all pray.
Encouraging Words In the ongoing aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, I wanted to share these encouraging words from an updated post. I hope these thoughts will encourage you today, wherever you are. When you find yourself in a storm of impossible circumstances, how do you get through it? What encouraging words do you need to hear?
Millions of viewers watched the recent solar eclipse through special glasses. Curious seekers drove for miles to see this rare phenomena that brought total darkness for less than three minutes. Only those living in a certain area were able to see the full eclipse of the sun, but it was a sight they won’t soon forget. But there is one Light that can never be eclipsed.