You or someone you know will likely suffer the wrath of storms at some point in life. I’ve experienced them—as a victim and as a witness to the struggles of others. Storms play a significant role in our lives, no matter where we are on our journey.
The storms we experience during the Christmas season tend to magnify the pain of our agony because many of the people we see scurrying about are feeling cheerful and merry, which is wonderful for them, but does little to bring happiness to us.
It’s natural during the midst of our storms that we find it hard to look on the brighter side and realize better days are to come—hopefully, sooner rather than later. However, that’s exactly what we should do because, in addition to the turbulent waters, every storm in life also brings a rainbow—a sign of good that is to come—peace.
Unfortunately, we often miss seeing the rainbow because we are temporarily too focused on the storm and continue to struggle. Most of us often ask, “Why me, Lord?” when we should really be asking, “Lord, how do You want me to use this storm to serve You.”
So, with this in mind, I want to share this RAINBOW BLESSING with each of you—family, friends, connections, and followers in hopes all your storms are small and your rainbows are bright.
May All Your…
…fears fade into courage.
…hopes blossom into reality.
…doubts turn into good results.
…efforts strengthen your faith.
…storms end with rainbows.
…deeds bring others joy.
…efforts give you peace.
…days be bright!
May God bless you and yours with rainbows during this CHRISTmas season and give you a Happy New Year!
Tom Tatum – 2017
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