How great thou art

I observed recently how God is just as relevant and evident today as He was back in the day……….amidst fires and floods and high winds in Jamaica.

Now after seeing the so-called scientists wrong (as to the movements and patterns of hurricane Irma,) and after pacing feverishly because of loved ones in Tampa, where after the sixth time the weather experts were proved wrong, (sounds good) and the city on the bay was spared a direct hit,  have a listen at the words of this song, whereby the entire state of Florida could have suffered a pile of bones, God weaved a way to display His power and majesty, with nary a loss of life.

And by the way, God would be just as God to level a state, any state, any country, any time, any age, whereby we can say, ‘He giveth, and He taketh away.’ We are thankful He did not take away at this time.  Still, many can sigh and breathe……..relief……even though they may have lost everything.

God cannot make a mistake.


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18 Responses to How great thou art

  1. Wally Fry says:

    Takes a bit of courage to post this as well. Tough word but true…God is error free.

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  2. Amen! Love this post. Dry Bones is one of my favorite songs, too.

    Bit of a kerfluffle the other day at church, I suggested that all would be well, that God had this thing, that we need to chill out and not buy into the media hype. All will be well. People don’t like to hear that kind of thing! Who knew? I interrupted a perfectly good disaster movie, apparently and stole some people’s excitement. It’s incredible the power the media has over people. Prepare, evacuate, pray, but for goodness sakes, don’t ever forget that God is God and He is in charge.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      What frosted my flakes msbytes was the experts. They insisted upon a path of destruction, only to have people flee to a ‘safer’ place.

      Lo and behold, where they fled From was safer than where they fled To. As if the God of nature listens to test models. Sheesh.

      Still, warning was given, and there is no doubt damage galore, but God still got this thing. Heck, we’re fortunate to even have the state of Fl and the islands after that display.

      People are still walking around with bones intact. The dry bones live! 😉

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  3. Tampa spared, thank God.

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      No idea why you went to the basement of comment oblivion. But tkx for the visit SW, and agreed, Tampa is still on the map.

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      • Color Storm

        If interested, read this post link for “Some Clues” which came to my mind after reading your post about trusting who decides everything in the world, including the direction of IRMA.

        My brief reply was because I read your post on my cellphone and find it very difficult to type anything with my thumbs.

        I appreciated your post, however, I doubt that anyone who does not believe in trusting God may appreciate, or understand your reasoning.

        They are still in the cellar of Oblivion searching for clues to the real meaning of life, in my opinion.

        To “Thank God” in the middle of a storm is to truly trust God, also in my opinion.

        Regards and goodwill blogging.

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  4. Tricia says:

    What beautiful song, thanks for sharing that. God will always do what God does, much to the dismay of the so called “experts” who specialize in panic and chaos. Great post.

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