The great Bible story of faith and salvation is often told in a prayer or invocation.

That’s because God’s word speaks directly to us.

In this case, however, God is calling you to pray in the midst of the storm.

As Christians, we are to call out the storm of our hearts, the storm God is going to unleash.

We are to pray, in the spirit of the Gospel, for all of us to be rescued.

That means calling out the prayer of the Psalmist, as He says: “O Lord, I have sinned, and I have fallen short of thee; for I have done the will of my God; therefore I am not able to save thee.”

In fact, that is the greatest prayer of all: God, I beseech Thee, save me from my sin and for all the sins of my people.

As you pray, I hope you may find comfort in God’s Holy Spirit.

You may be struck by the depth of the mercy of God.

The Bible says, “I will give to all who ask of me, that they may seek Him and may not be put to shame.”

We are not only called to pray.

God calls us to do so, saying: “You who are my servants, I will not spare, nor will I abandon you, but will rescue you from your sins.”

“And when the people repent and do not repent, the Lord declares: “I am not afraid of you, O Israel; I will save you. “

You shall go and make offerings and give thanks to the Lord; and he shall heal you.” “

And when the people repent and do not repent, the Lord declares: “I am not afraid of you, O Israel; I will save you.

You shall go and make offerings and give thanks to the Lord; and he shall heal you.

“Psalms 25:6-7 For I will send the Holy One of Israel into all nations, and he will save the people.

And I will open the way of His righteousness for all peoples, for the salvation of all Israel.

Psalms 19:9-10 For he will turn from his anger and will heal all nations; and when he has performed all his work, he will come again to save Israel.

Isaiah 54:11-13 And Isaiah, the prophet of the Lord, said to the people, “Look!

I will bring your children to the door, and when they see you, they will be saved.

“And the people said to him, “Is this the prophet whom you have called?

“Isaiah 53:6 And I have been given to understand that you are to say to the children of Israel, ‘You are my children, and we are your servants.

You are all my people, your God, and all your offspring.'”

This is the great promise of the Scriptures.

The storm is coming.

God is working with us in our hearts to make sure that all of His children are saved.

He is the one who gave us the Bible to guide us and the power to speak to the world.

But in the face of the tremendous storm of the wrath of God, we have no choice but to turn to Him.

Psalm 44:11 “I have cried unto the Lord for you, my soul; I have cried because of you.

Psalma 48:13 I have told my soul: You will be mine, and your name will be great among my people; for you are my God.

Psalmus 37:19-21 I have heard the voice of the prophet: “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?

Thou hast heard my prayer.

Thou hast known my prayer, and hast made me whole.

“Isaiah 60:14-15 I have called my soul, and it has come to me; I cry to Thee for mercy.

I have said, I am going to seek Thee.

I shall not die until I hear Thy voice.

Psalmist 13:10-11 The storm has come, and the storm has swept away the heavens; the waters have ceased from covering the earth.

The sea is gone up from the earth, and there is no place to stand.

The mountains are gone down from the heights; the valleys have gone down.

The wind is gone out of the mountains, and they are quiet.

Psalmpophiles rejoice.

They have no need of a prayer to get through this storm.

When God calls you to your God’s service, you know it.

God’s Word, our Holy Spirit, can give you comfort, help you through this great challenge, and lead you to victory.

God bless you all. 

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