Some seasons of our lives feel like a storm — overwhelming, tough, and out of our control. Why do we have such stormy times? Should we expect more of them in our lives or spend time praying that they are averted?
As we edge towards the end of our journey through the book of Acts, Paul is being transported over seas to Rome to stand before Caesar. The ship will be hit by a storm, and Paul, together with soldiers and other prisoners, will be shipwrecked. But it is in this storm that we see the character of God, and His purposes for our stormy times.
Rev. Ameyaw helps draw implications for our view of God, how we pray in and out of times of trouble, and how significant our personal responsibility is even with a sure Word from God.