March 31 Sailing With The Savior

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Devotion taken from Streams In The Desert compiled by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman

“The wind was contrary.”  Matthew 14:24

Rude and blustering the winds of March often are.  Do they not typify the tempestuous seasons of my life?  But, indeed, I ought to be glad that I make acquaintance with these seasons.  Better it is that the rains descend and the floods come than that I should stay perpetually in the Lotus Land where it seems always afternoon, or in that deep meadowed Valley of Avilion where never winds blow loudly.  Storms of temptation appear cruel, but do they not give intenser earnestness to prayer?  Do they not compel me to seize the promises with a tighter hand grip?  Do they not leave me with a character refined?

Storms of bereavement are keen;  but, then, they are one of the Father’s ways of driving me to Himself, that in…

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One Response to March 31 Sailing With The Savior

  1. lljostes says:

    Thank you for the reblog, Andrea! Hopefully it will bring encouragement for someone going through rough times!


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