Anchored in the Storm | Acts 27:1-28:16
September 19, 2021
Pastor Joshua Lim
Paul finally sets sail for Rome, but everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. The ship ends up being blown off course by a storm, and utter panic sets in among the passengers. But even as the storm rages all around, Paul is able to experience a supernatural peace because he remains deeply anchored in the providence of God. He remembers his identity as God's child, he holds on to God's promises, and he gives thanks for God's provision. When we find ourselves in the midst of the storms of life, we too can remain anchored as we rest in the providence of God.
- Acts 27:20
- When the storms of life come, remember your identity as God's child.
- Acts 27:21-23
- When the storms of life come, hold on to God's promises.
- Acts 27:24-25
- When the storms of life come, give thanks for God's provision.
- Acts 27:33-35
- "Fate whispers to the warrior, ‘You cannot withstand the storm.’ The warrior whispers back, ‘I am the storm.’"
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