It’s been several stormy weeks. There have been tornadoes in Oklahoma & the mid west. We had severe thunderstorms pass through Georgia Thursday night. The trees were swaying like flags, the rain came down in a torrents while lightning flashed continually. So many are faced with storms of crisis in their health, financial storms & our country is paralyzed with political parties unwilling to compromise for the good of the “we the people.” I makes you wonder about the times we live in but it seems as every generation says this at some time. It does bring us to the Praise Song of the Day: “Praise You in This Storm” by Casting Crowns.
From wiki: “Praise You In This Storm” is a song recorded by Christian rock band Casting Crowns. Written by Mark Hall and Bernie Herms and produced by Mark A. Miller, it was released on January 28, 2006 as the second radio single from the band’s 2005 album Lifesong. It was inspired by the band’s experience with a girl, Erin Browning, who died of cancer, the song has the lyrical theme of maintaining faith through difficult circumstances. It was nominated for two awards at the 38th GMA Dove Awards, winning the award for Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs and Hot Christian AC charts. It also topped the Radio & Records Christian AC & Soft AC/Inspirational charts.
Hope that you have a super Saturday & a wonderfully amazing weekend! Wishing you an even better day tomorrow. When the storms come, hold onto this: “Don’t love money. Be happy with what you have because God has said, “I will never abandon you or leave you.”’ Hebrews 13:5 (GOD’S WORD Translation)
Happy Father’s Day!
“Praise You in This Storm”
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