Shelter of Biblical Proportion

As I drove to work, I listened to the top-of-the-hour news: Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose, wildfires in the west, the earthquake . . . and the North Korean nuclear threat. “Disasters of Biblical proportions, ” the radio voice announced.


Disasters of biblical proportion call for a response of biblical proportion. 

Isaiah 6:5,8 (NIV)
“Woe to me!” I cried.“ 
. . . Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”
And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

All Christians, everywhere, saying,

Send me.

Send me to serve in a shelter. Send me to build new shelters. Send me to give my resources for shelter. Send me to my knees to pray for their shelter.

A response of biblical proportion. 


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2 Responses to Shelter of Biblical Proportion

  1. And send me to offer a bit of humour…after all, if you can’t laugh at death, what’s the point in dying?

    To wit…”I’m glad to be dying young enough to enjoy the experience.”

    Or maybe I should say, ‘to witless’, because after she heard that, Barbara said that was the dumbest thing she had ever heard.

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