God of the Storm

The past couple of weeks have been a storm filled time: the volatility and racial turmoil in Ferguson Missouri, the beheading of the journalist in Iraq, the murder and religious persecution there, the situation in Ukraine. Closer to home, right here in our congregation, there have been storms…storms of many kinds. The most apparent is that people have been dying. And it’s “the good guys,” the people who have been the heart and soul of Singing Oaks. I’m tired of it!

It is an uncanny coincidence that this week I am preaching on Paul’s shipwrecks, storms and trials: uncanny because of the state of the world, uncanny because the storm feels so real right now; uncanny because, if God has a purpose and a plan for you, He is not going to put you in a safe harbor. He will put you in the eye of the storm. I believe that God has a plan for us. I believe He has a purpose. But that purpose will necessarily take us through storms.

The good news is this: our God is the God of the storm!

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