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Updated on October 19, 2009


Thunder pounding in the distance speaking of the rains to come. Clouds cover the sky, as the raindrops threaten.   The thunder calms as though the threat has passed, then softly the rain start to fall, gently and with no noise. As the intensity deepens the sound of the rain becomes steady and solid building to a cacophony of sound that is at once soothing and frightening. As the intensity Changes once again the rain slows to single drops that fall gently from the eaves of the house. The world is washed clean and sparkles with a freshness that is lush and amazing.


God has given new life; He has washed the world clean and given you s new tomorrow.  He has blessed you with hope and amazement.  Breathe in the beauty that is newly given, and feel the openness and wonder that is the essence of the Father. 


Share this feeling with those you meet, for they are in need of the Fathers love.  They need the knowledge of the hope God gives.  You can show them the wonder of the thunder and the hope that it brings.


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    • Valerie P Brown profile image

      Valerie P Brown 8 years ago from Jacksonville, FL

      Thank you for the kind words. I hope you get this I'm not shure how this works yet. Thanks for all your kindness it is much appreciated.

      Go with God,


    • Gicky Soriano profile image

      Gicky Soriano 8 years ago from California

      Thunder truly makes one wonder. I thoroughly enjoyed your hub.


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