You can become a strong, storm resilient Christian with these 7 keys to understanding God’s purpose for storms.
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As hurricane Sally edged closer, we watched as 24 inches of rain rushed down the dirt road and onto our land.
We saw the neighbors’ water wash onto our newly purchased land, we saw the culvert overflow onto our land, and we watched as the storm-surge waves pounded in from the bay.
Flooding waters came from every direction. And then storm winds blew all night long.
The next morning our small earthen retaining wall (we had worked so hard on) had failed, and trees were blown down and stripped bare. The place was a devastating mess.
The storm revealed that our beautiful piece of paradise had some underlying problems.
1. God’s Purpose for Storms is to Expose Underlying Problems
This year, in the United States and nations around the world, we have seen storm after storm of every conceivable kind rip through…