Listening to the Father's Heart - June 2


Remember this: life isn't about waiting for the storms to pass; it's about learning to dance in the rain.

Son, storms have a particular purpose in my nature and order. They bring stress upon the environment. Weak limbs yield to the wind and fall to the ground. My major storms bring down entire trees and those things that have weak foundations give way to wind and rain. In essence, storms reveal the strength of any foundation. You will find me in the midst of the storm. It is there I do some of my finest work in my sons and daughters. Struggles in life allow you to learn about yourself and move to places with me you would never go on your own. Son, remember this, life isn't about waiting for the storms to pass; it's about learning to dance in the rain. You are never alone in the storm. I am always in their midst.

The Lord has His way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet. The Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble; and He knows those who trust in Him.  Nahum 1:3,7

For He commands and raises the stormy wind, Which lifts up the waves of the sea. They mount up to the heavens, They go down again to the depths; Their soul melts because of trouble, They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, are at their wits’ end. Then they cry out to the LORD in their trouble, and He brings them out of their distresses. Psalm 207:25-28

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