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Calming Seas

Calming Seas

I had to borrow this pic from my amazingly creative friend LinDee Loveland. However, this picture didn’t need any of the creative touchups she’s capable of doing because God perfectly designed it Himself. This was taken after the rains of 2016 where much damage was done to our community. It’s a reminder of God’s love for us and His constant care for our every need. Many are spending today cleaning up from what attacked them yesterday. Life brings us storms in many ways. I love this verse found in Psalm 107: “Then they cried out to the Lord and he brought them out of their distress; He stilled the storm to a whisper; the waves of the sea were hushed.” If you are in the midst of the storm or recovering from one, let God calm your seas. Hugs, 2 mama

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