Crashing Waves

Sometimes I feel as if I float on a sea of crashing waves jostling and tossing about not knowing what direction to go.  Seas of darkness threatening to over take me pulling me under with suffocating strength crushing my chest turning my breath to gasps as anxiety and panic set in.  I whisper your name … Jesus … as I see you rise out of the dark sea of fear and pain your arms envelope me, holding strong, my life raft catching me not letting me fall into dark waters.  I see your strong hands take the wheel of the ship standing beside me steering me through the overwhelming swells of waves never allowing the ship to capsize as you deliver me to safe ground.

Then they I cried out to the Lord in their my trouble,
and he brought them me out of their my distress.
He stilled the storm to a whisper;
the waves of the sea were hushed.
They I were was glad when it grew calm,
and he guided them me to their my desired haven.
Let them me give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love
and his wonderful deeds for mankind. Psalms 107:28-31

Thank you Lord for keeping me safe and holding me in your arms steering me through the rough patches and delivering me to safe ground.  Love, T

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7 thoughts on “Crashing Waves

  1. Reblogged this on A Story By Me and commented:

    Reblogged from “Love Letters 2 Jesus”

  2. Yes praise God for his everloving hand to always be there to catch us when we fall.

  3. Teresa Dawn

    Beautiful post. Thanks for sharing that. I love that Psalm too. I really love this blog, truly inspirational. Putting a link to it on mine 🙂

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