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The Storm is Passing Over - Mark 4:35-41 - Alfondia Reese, III

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Testimony service is often about what God did.  You hardly ever hear the saints’ talk about what God is doing.  People talk about how God brought them out of a storm.  No one ever mentions how God kept them through the storm.  I remember that storm I flew into on my way to Atlanta.  I do remember how happy I was to be off that plane once it landed.  But I can also remember how when that plane should have fallen out of the sky how God kept His hand around that plane and landed it safely in the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.  Planes have fallen out of the sky on a clear day.  The way that airplane shook should have brought us down.  But God kept us; while riding through the storm.

 

Here’s the prophetic word, your storm is passing over.  Talk to somebody and say yes it is.  But for 10 people that will shout with me, while waiting on your storm to pass over, God will keep you while riding through storm.  Lest we forget, God is Jehovah Shammah; the Lord who is there.  The Bible says in Psalm 46:1 - God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.  It’s not God has been there.  It’s not God will be there.  God IS there.  He’s present.  The verse says He’s a present HELP.  In the time of trouble, He’s a present help.  In the time of a storm God is there and He will help you while riding through your storm.

 

Grab a neighbor’s hand and tell them He’ll carry you THROUGH a storm!

For interpretation purposes, today’s miracle is about our Lord’s power over nature; the elements.  For application purposes, today’s miracle is about how our Lord will (1) allow your storms to pass over and (2) keep you while riding through the storm.  My assignment today is to teach you how to make it THROUGH your storm.  After the storm the sun is going to shine.  So the problem is not when the storm passes over.  The problem is making it through the storm.  Look at your neighbor and tell them I’m going to make it through this storm.

  • The winds are going to blow
  • The rain is going to fall
  • The lightening is going to flash
  • The thunder is going to clap

 


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