God causes it to rain in a land where no man lives

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Feeling discouraged? The creator of the Heavens and the Earth Cares for you!

God causes it to rain in a land where no man lives…

So my faith had received so much pounding of late but one day, during my private bible study time, this Scriptures literally leapt off the pages at me – Job 38:25-27.

…"Who has cleft a channel for the flood, Or a way for the thunderbolt, To bring rain on a land without people, On a desert without a man in it, To satisfy the waste and desolate land And to make the seeds of grass to sprout?

Can you imagine? If my Father – the maker of the heavens, the earth, the seas and everything in it has DELIBERATELY cleft a channel for the flood or a way for the thunderbolt to bring rain on a land WITHOUT people, On a desert WITHOUT a man in it, to SATISFY the WASTE and DESOLATE land… how much more has He already done for you and I His children whom He sent His only begotten son – Jesus, to die for?

My beautiful people, it is time we fully put our trust in this magnificent God and begin to appropriate what Jesus Christ died to make freely available to us!

Be encouraged.


Submitted: September 16, 2015

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Thank You for sharing this with us. I will further read this in Job to fully grasp what it says to me.
God Bless. I liked.

Thu, September 17th, 2015 1:36am


I'm glad you liked it. God Bless you.

Thu, September 17th, 2015 7:01pm

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