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Read Psalm 107:1-3, 23-32


Read Psalm 107:1-3, 23-32

107 “Give thanks to the Lord, because he is good;
    his love is eternal!”
2 Repeat these words in praise to the Lord,
    all you whom he has saved.
He has rescued you from your enemies
3     and has brought you back from foreign countries,
    from east and west, from north and south.

23 Some sailed over the ocean in ships,
    earning their living on the seas.
24 They saw what the Lord can do,
    his wonderful acts on the seas.
25 He commanded, and a mighty wind began to blow
    and stirred up the waves.
26 The ships were lifted high in the air
    and plunged down into the depths.
In such danger the sailors lost their courage;
27     they stumbled and staggered like drunks—
    all their skill was useless.
28 Then in their trouble they called to the Lord,
    and he saved them from their distress.
29 He calmed the raging storm,
    and the waves became quiet.
30 They were glad because of the calm,
    and he brought them safe to the port they wanted.
31 They must thank the Lord for his constant love,
    for the wonderful things he did for them.
32 They must proclaim his greatness in the assembly of the people
    and praise him before the council of the leaders.


There is something about the grace of God that persistently reaches out to everyone.  I love the picture the Psalmist paints of people caught in a storm on the sea; the idea of that storm blowing them home to God.


Lord let my trials and tribulations draw me closer to you.

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