Storms are temporary but the blessing of God are forever

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Hello, dear @Jenny
Yes… Very true. If you let me add, after the storm always comes the calm. It’s a fact, and if we think about it, that calm is provided by God blessing. By his love that cares and cures our hearts of sin and suffering, with God everything is possible. Let’s rejoice in knowing that!
Kind regards, Luis Guerrero.

Life comes with the good and the bad. As I heard growing up, we should know how to react with the bad stuff that comes along with being good. You will never please everyone but always remember what you stand for and what you believe in. Confidence in yourself may be one of the best weapons you have. These challenges will pass and it will make you grow. God’s blessings will stay with you forever and it will help you get through the daily battles life throws. Just trust in Him and believe in Him.

Storms don’t last forever

Some storms are stronger than others and may come in different forms. Best weapon is to pray and keep going. Cause when the storms ends, God gives us a new beginning. Be thankful for all the storms. They often guide and lead us to the right places, right people and right situations meant for us. After the storms comes all the blessings God has prepared for us. Always believe that after all these storms, we will be in a better place. Months and just like this pandemic who feels like a lifetime, is only temporary. This will pass and we will survive. After the storms, we will smile again knowing that all these cruel experiences have helped us grow in many different ways.

Our storms might look different in this life, but they all offer the opportunity to change us, forever. And God can take what seems tragic and devastating to turn it around for good. It may not happen as quickly as we’d like, it may feel like a struggle, and we might find ourselves longing for another way, but blessing will come from it. For it’s the way God works. The “good” will shine through.

Hello @Jenny Yes! For the person who eventually walks out of the storm will be different than the one who walked in. We can be assured, that God’s work within us is never for harm, but to strengthen us, to build deeper character and faith, and to bring us out as “gold,” leaving lasting impressions for His glory in this world. He never promised us this life would be easy, but He does promise that He is bigger than any storm we face…and He’s always working for good. He’s with us. Right in the midst of it all.