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The Beach Is Good!

Last Sunday, my son and I went to the beach in Nanny Cay.

We did not know what to expect because we thought for sure hurricane Irma had destroyed the beaches.

When we arrived at the entrance of the cay my heart sank because there was a huge yacht in the middle of the road blocking the entrance.

Only Irma could have placed it there!

As I sat in the car pondering on what to do I saw one of the workmen beckoning to me. He was directing the traffic.

When it was my turn to move I told him that I wanted to turn around because obviously, the beach is off limits.

But, he said, “oh no the beach is good!” And he pointed to the detour.

They had built another road to the beach. We were so relieved!

As we continued on the road we were amazed to see the huge catamarans and yachts all jumbled in a pile. Some were upside down while others were broken and torn apart. 

My son said, “Mommy, Irma treated the boats like toys.”
I replied, “yes, they were like toys to Irma.”
Then I reflected upon the following verses:

When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon, and the stars, which You have ordained, what is man that You are mindful of him, and the son of man that You visit him?

For You have made him a little lower than the angels, and You have crowned him with glory and honor. (Psalms 8:3-5)

Thank you, Lord!

 

 

 

 

 

We are living in serious times and we need to know the provision that God has made for us and how we can be prepared for the return of the Lord.
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