As you walk in your Christian walk of faith, you will face some tough times, Remembering the storms never last forever will comfort anyone. In the midst of the storm seek the Lord. Run unto Him. He will help, protect and help you endure.
Don’t think about the bad weather, but instead seek peace through Christ. Meditate on His promises and be strong. The sun doesn’t always have to be out to give the Lord thanks so continue to give Him praise.
Psalm 107:28-29 “Yet when they cried out to the Lord in their trouble, the Lord brought them out of their distress. He calmed the storm and its waves quieted down. So they rejoiced that the waves became quiet, and he led them to their desired haven.”
Psalm 89:8-9 “Lord God All-Powerful, there is no one like you. You are strong, Lord, and always faithful. You rule the stormy sea. You can calm its angry waves.”
Hurricane Harvey’s Real Story Begins: 40 Inches of Rain to Bring Catastrophic Flooding to Southeast Texas
Hurricane Harvey may be weakening as it slows down over Texas, but the concern for catastrophic flooding will persist into next week.
Harvey made landfall Friday night near Rockport, Texas, a town of less than 10,000 people and about 30 miles up the Texas coast from Corpus Christi, after rapidly intensifying in the Gulf of Mexico.
Harvey is the nation’s first major (Category 3 or stronger) hurricane landfall in almost 12 years. A multi-day deluge of the Texas Gulf Coast with catastrophic and life-threatening flooding and destructive winds through could leave areas uninhabitable for an extended period of time, the National Weather Service has warned.