Psalm 6:1-10

The Lord has heard my supplication,
The Lord receives my prayer. Psalm 6:9

Some years ago I found myself in the midst of a spiritual storm, one of my own making. I had strayed from His Narrow Path. It was through intercession and intervention of good friends I found my way back onto the path with God. It was my own prayers of humble repentance that God required, I had to admit my error and change direction. He heard my prayers and He answered them, bringing me through the storm. On reflection I can see how God took what was broken and used it to do His will. He saved me and made me fruitful for Him again.

Spiritual storms can also come from other sources, such as health problems or economic distress. Often life can be cruel and a real trial to bear. In these situations a steady anchor is required, one we can trust. As a child of God we can cling to Him in prayer, knowing that He hears us. He hears our spoken and unspoken prayers. Our heart is a book to Him, our tears are the pages.

Dear reader are you in the midst of a spiritual storm right now? Like the psalmist keep praying to your Father God, be assured He hears you. Hold tight to Him until the storm passes by.


9 thoughts on “Praying through a Storm

  1. “Our heart is a book to Him, our tears are the pages.” AMEN! God knows us better than we know ourselves.
    “Hold tight to Him until the storm passes by.” That’s another hopeful thought. Sometimes, all we can do is hold on pray, and that’s OK.

    God’s best to you, brother.

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  2. Walking through the storm with Jesus, is a safe place! In Jesus name, celluliltis infection leave Holytreasurehunter! By the stripes of Jesus is has been healed. Blessings of abundant life through Jesus!

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