Scripture tells of a number of storms that changed the lives of many. As one of my two contributions to the compilation, In All Things, initially published in 2020 as a boxed set, and now available in paperback format, I decided to write about some of them.
Peace in Life’s Storms ~ 7 Devotions from Biblical Storms
This book is a short seven-day devotional book, part of an ongoing series. In this small book, I offer reassurance and guidelines for finding peace as we face a multitude of storms today, including the dreadful COVID-19 pandemic.
Story of Peace in Life’s Storms . . .
In turbulent times, there’s always a place of peace, a starting point of healing through Christ.
In April 2020, our minister of health in South Africa announced on national television “the COVID storm is upon us.” Even now, across the globe, this deadly virus seems to be intent on destroying our planet. Although this storm has not been caused by out-of-control weather, it is nevertheless wreaking havoc on a far wider scale than most weather-related storms.
In Scripture, we read of a number of storms that made such an impact we still remember them thousands of years later. Where it is normal to have calm after a storm, like when Jonah took a dive, we may also experience peace during the storm, like Job. There are also times when we experience calm before the storm, like when Jesus lay sleeping in the stern of a boat.
Whatever type of storm you face right now, God wants to grant you His peace. As you read this book, you will take a closer look at seven storms recorded in God’s Word that will challenge and encourage you as you face your current challenges.
Question for you:
What storm are you facing right now?
Share it as a comment, and I promise to pray for you.
UPDATE: Get your copy of the ebook here:
Peace in Life’s Storms is the fourth in a growing series of 7- day devotional reading books.
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