Peace Be Still

If you don't know so already, I am the childcare provider for Celebrate Recovery at our church. We have about 12 kids ranging in ages from 1 year to 14 years (I know, BIG difference). Well we have recently started a new bible study that sort of follows along with the adults bible study, except ours is called Celebration Station. Last night our lesson was called "Powerless" and we talked about how Jesus calmed the storm. If you don't know this story already, you can read it in Luke, chapter 8, verses 22-25. Essentially, Jesus and His disciples are sailing across the Sea of Galilee when this huge storm develops. Jesus is sound asleep while His disciples are freaking out and yelling, "We're going to drown! Master wake up! We are going to drown!" When Jesus wakes he simply says, "Why can't you trust me? What happened to your faith?" and he asks the storm to calm and the waves to level out... and all is well.

I know that lately, especially with the economy the way it is right now, we are all facing storms of our own. But we should know by now that Jesus is faithful, He is always there no matter our circumstances... and I just wanted to share that with YOU tonight. If God led you to my blog tonight... then maybe this is what you needed to hear! God Bless.

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