Have you ever heard the idiom “when it rains, it pours?” If you’re going to search the meaning of this expression, there’s a lot of negative connotations to it. Like when one problem arrives then there’s a whole lot more problems that will follow. It’s okay to be realistic however being pessimistic in every bad situation can yield an unhealthy lifestyle.

I personally prefer this idiom to be used in an optimistic way, like it is blessing, a reward, an answered prayer and other great possibilities that can happen in your life. In this way, simply changing our perspective can change the end result of everything that we do.

Rain, storm, typhoon and hurricane: all of these will  surely come in seasons. It’s almost an inevitable event for most of us. The only question we need to ask is this, “are we ready when the storm comes?” We will never have a storm free life, but we can have a stormproof life. As long we know who is truly in control of our lives, and whom we can rely on when facing the worst case scenarios. We will be ready if we know God, our Creator and our Savior Jesus Christ.

Luke 8:24
They came to Jesus and woke Him, saying, “Master, Master, we are about to die!” He got up and rebuked the wind and the raging, violent waves, and they ceased, and it became calm.

Question: Do you want to have a stormproof life? Read the Bible to know Jesus more, and ask him to give you a stormproof life.

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4 thoughts on “Stormproof

  1. holztreppen preise

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