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Larry Christenson
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In the Wake of Your Storms, There is Refuge and Victory!

Published on 5/7/2012
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When we go through life's challenges and we face, what seems to be unsurmountable odds, it's important to know that your victory is right around the corner. Many times in our personal and professional lives, we come up against road blocks, detours if you will, that can have a tendency to distract, upset, even irritate us in such a way that we become overconcerned, worried, and overreactive. Right when it seems that these strangling circumstances have choked the life out of us, some miraculous event takes place, allowing us to breathe a sigh of relief and carry on with life with a gratuitous attitude. These "tests" of our character, and that's what they are, tests, help us to build our faith in something bigger and more powerful than ourself. In our storms, are we taking refuge in the One who has total control and already knows the outcome of our perceived dilemnas, and in our victories are we giving thanks to the One who lifts us and carries us through those storms? What is the lesson here, for to have a storm without a lesson is meaningless, isn't it? For me. the lesson is knowing that God has continued, time and time again to pull me through, what I thought were major catastrophies in my life. Did you catch that? "Time and Time Again"... God has prevailed and been faithful to honor His promise time and time again. That's the lesson! It would be rather ignorant of me to think that He wouldn't get me through this one or the next, wouldn't it?
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