A Word For You Today!

man leaning on glass window watching the rain

Calm the Storm Lord! Mark 4:39; Isaiah 25:4-5

In my hometown it’s been raining off and on for 2 weeks straight with the possibility of more rain in the upcoming forecast.

Nearly 2 weeks ago, our state capital witnessed a deadly tornado that took the lives of 25 people, damaging homes and businesses, destroying schools and churches within it’s path.

And to add to the storm, people are experiencing one or more affects from the Coronavirus outbreak – sickness, loss of income, isolation, and possible death.

With no or very little sun in sight, hope has plummet, subjecting people to fear.

This is not the time to rely on your own strength, knowledge, or understanding, but is the perfect time to seek shelter from the storm.

Isaiah 25:4-5 says – “I’m a refuge for the poor, refuge for the needy, and shelter from the storm.”

I come to bring you some good news that no matter what your storm is today; Jesus can rebuke the wind, make your storm be still, and be a comforter to a hurting people. (Mark 4:39)

Go to Him in prayer by exercising your faith and putting your trust in Him.
Jesus awaits your call and have All power in His hands to calm your storm!

Let us pray: Lord, so many people are afraid, hurting, and searching for answers on how to deal with their storm. Some have lost family, homes, jobs, and dealing with declining health. You said in Your word that if we call on Your name, You would be our shelter from whatever storm we’re dealing with, and a comforter in the time of need. We pled the blood of Jesus over our lives, family, and friends in Jesus name – Amen and thank God!

Please join us for Monday night prayer every Monday night from 7:30 pm to 8:00 pm central time.

You can submit your prayer request to projectheavenchristianlife@gmail.com

Prayer Line # 605-475-6700, pass code 2497741

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