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Loves like a hurricane

Right now I am sitting on an airplane waiting to arrive back home in Canada. Like I usually do, I put in my headphones and started to listen to music. I put my phone on shuffle, and the first song to come on was “How he loves” by Crowder. I have always really enjoyed this song. Because it’s very peaceful, and always sets my mind straight. This time I really tried to listen to what the song was saying, and how I could apply it to my life. “He is jealous for me, loves like hurricane, I am the tree, bending beneath the weight of his wind and mercy”. I have never noticed it before, but that beginning section of that song actually withstands such a high amount of power. He is jealous for me. Jesus Christ: our Lord and Saviour, is jealous for me; a sinner. “And I realize just how beautiful you are and how great Your affections are for me” I don’t know about you, but I often find myself in this daze, where I am just thinking about Christ, and everything he has done for us. But then I get drawn back into reality, where I think about all the stress I have, and all the poverty around the world. And it makes me a little bit angry that God allows that. But then I am reminded “How he loves us, how he loves us”. Those times where I am having a rough day, or I just feel empty, God reminds me how deeply he loves me. He says to me “Lucas, do not fear… I love you, and I won’t ever forget about you”. I hope that gives you as much hope as it gives me. Because it sure makes me feel special. God will never betray you, he will never stop loving you, and he will never forget about you. His love is like a hurricane: powerful, strong, and unstoppable. That kind of intimates me I guess; but in a very beautiful way. I highly recommend listening to this song. I think you will enjoy it.

 

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  1. Kennedy Roblin

    This gave me Hope! Thanks bud 🙂

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