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Paul Harvey illustrates how black Christian traditions provided theological, institutional, and personal strategies for cultural survival during bondage and into an era of partial freedom. The Apostles began to fear the storm as they were tossed by the winds and water filled their boat.
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- Take My Hand Precious Lord Lyrics;
- The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness.
- Something Like A Storm Lyrics — MATTHEW GOOD?
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Christ gently chastised them for being fearful and not remembering that He can calm the tossing seas during a storm. Life can be tempestuous, tossing us with winds of misfortune, grief, shame, or stress. Master, with anguish of spirit I bow in my grief today.
Precious Lord, Take My Hand
The depths of my sad heart are troubled. Oh, waken and save, I pray! I perish! Oh, hasten and take control!
Snoozing through the storm: torpor use during a natural disaster
Christ not only calms the physical seas, but He can also calm the seas within our minds and souls. Do we call on Heavenly Father and His Son when the waters of anguish begin to fill our ship? Do we have the faith to trust in Christ? Sometimes in life we just try to outlast the storm, forgetting to call on the One who can calm it.
- Jesus Calms the Storm - Matthew 14:32-33.
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Peace may not always come as it did that long-ago day on Galilee—the storms and winds may not be replaced by perfect calm. Instead, when we hasten to call on the Master and allow Him to bear our burdens, our peace may come in small reminders of His love and care, giving us strength to get through the storm. That is what happened to me one April.