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*Waiting Through a Storm

February 17, 2019

A poignant reflection, Shirley ❣️

A Pastor's Heart

My older brother  and I were in our teens when we decided to explore the shoreline in an area we were not familiar with.  Our fishing jaunt was not going well and the forested land intrigued us.     Our search uncovered an old cemetery overgrown with weeds.   We were fascinated as we looked through the tombstones, all but forgotten in this out-of-the-way place.    The problem was, we  were so engrossed in our exploring that we didn’t notice clouds rolling in. A sharp clap of thunder told us we needed to hurry back.

By then, the storm was coming quickly. We had almost three miles of lake to cover and nowhere to stop. After attempting to outrace the storm, we realized about two-thirds of the way home we needed to find some shelter quickly. Wind and rain picked up, lightning flashed, thunder boomed. We knew enough to get out…

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