God -- Even In The Eye Of The Hurricane

In the last few years, we’ve seen major storms in the southeastern United States, throughout the Gulf of Mexico, and in the Caribbean. Hurricane after hurricane has torn through the region, leaving dozens of people dead and thousands homeless. Catastrophes like these remind us of our frailty and humanity.

Although we may be able to give hurricanes anthropomorphic names like Charley, Frances, Ivan and Katrina, and although we may have advanced technologically to the point where we can track hurricanes by satellite and anticipate their movements with some small degree of accuracy, there still remains the fact that man is utterly incapable of controlling these forces, much less stopping them.

Hurricanes prove to us that no matter how intelligent or powerful we think we are, there are still many things in God’s universe that are more powerful than we are.

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Mike Riley, Gospel Snippets