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The Might of Omnipotence

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    Thanks to the lesson writer for the lesson this week! Each day I have found new and inspiring ideas, and it reminded me to continue to be grateful for God’s protection during Hurricane Matthew last October.

    Exodus 14: 21, 22
    And Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the LORD caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided.
    And the children of Israel went in to the midst of the sea upon the dry ground: and the waters were a wall unto them on their right hand, and on their left.

    From a material standpoint, forecasts suggested this storm was going to cause much damage on the island where we own a rental property, including the possibility of a high storm surge that would cause severe flooding. But instead, the storm came on shore at low tide and when the surge rose up, the wind from another direction pushed it down the beach, and not full force onto the island, resulting in minimal flooding and little damage. And on the backside of the island, the water from the river rose to the threshold of the back door (as evidenced by the river debris left at the door) but it didn’t enter. I am still in awe of God’s power.

    S&H p. 597: WIND: That which indicates the might of omnipotence and the movements of God’s spiritual government, encompassing all things.

    S&H p. 134: There is divine authority for believing in the superiority of spiritual power over material resistance.

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