Out of the Storm

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Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer 

Early afternoon light dims beneath the gray underbelly of an approaching storm and thunder rolls from one side of the river valley to the other.

Twenty minutes later, “… the rains are over and gone….the cooing of doves is heard in our land” (Song of Solomon 2:11-12). 

I love these sudden and powerful Colorado storms and have included them in several of my novels set along the Front Range.

They remind me of God in His strength and majesty. In His provision and love.

He is greater than anything I face.

Greater than any fear or foe.

Great enough to set the doves cooing in the drip, drip, dripping trees after the rain.

Out of the Storm – from Always Before Me, story-devotions for women
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6 thoughts on “Out of the Storm

  1. Alicia Haney

    Amen. Thank you for sharing, I love it. Have a great week.

    1. davalynn

      Thank you, Alicia.

  2. Karen Gee

    I love what you said, that God is bigger than all our storms. We need to remember just how BIG our God is!
    He created everything that has ever existed. He is in total control of everything. He has a plan for us in Eternity that we cannot even fathom.
    We can trust Him with all of our storms of life! We know God’s Word is faithful and true!

    1. davalynn

      Amen, Karen. Thanks for reading.

  3. Deanna Sturgeon

    Great devotion! Though we go through the storms, God is right there with us!

    1. davalynn

      Amen, Deanna. Thanks for reading.


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