Poem: A “Lifeline” to Get You Through the Storm (Nahum1:7)

As the sea rages around you
and you cry out for any help,
you look for any sign of rescue,
from the storm that you’ve been dealt.

The calm before the storm;
another warning that you ignored.
Always hoping for total peace
and the calm to be restored.

But the storm rages on
and the battle’s bad today
His anger is unleashed,
with a single word you say.

But there is a Lifeline
to get you through the storm.
He’s been there with you,
since the day that you were born.

Jesus is His name,
and He rescued me, it’s true.
And what He did for me,
He will also do for you.

For many storms are brewing,
needing our Lifeline everyday.
Just ask Him into your heart,
and He’ll be your Lifeline today.
Nahum 1:7 (KJV)

“The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and he knoweth them that trust in him.”

Listen to Casting Crown’s song “Praise You in this Storm”

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7 thoughts on “Poem: A “Lifeline” to Get You Through the Storm (Nahum1:7)

  1. I learn from every experience, I grow, I expand, God is within my every waking moment…I am a victim of God’s love only…a willing one where the erring ways of my soul are corrected through that connection…where if others choose to behave poorly towards me, I can shine light into their life by continuing to be my loving self…it may need to be an echo chamber so they can hear their own harshness more loudly to effect a change, or it may need to be tough love, brutal honesty, but as long as my pure intention is loving, God will work the magic that is our divine, loving, forgiving and compassionate….

    • Amen… I love that… “I am a victim of God’s love only”. Perfect words to describe our lives as we learn from the experiences that we are presented with, all to help us learn how to overcome the world…It’s all about Him!! Many blessings to you…

  2. Isaiah 41:10
    So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

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