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Daniel S. King, 2015
When storms reach a certain level of intensity we have the practice of naming them. Some of those names, such as Andrew, Katrina, and Sandy take on historical significance and will never be forgotten. Jeremiah makes two almost identical statements regarding the "storm of the LORD." The first reference was to a storm coming in Jeremiah's day. The second one is about a storm that is yet to come. It is a future storm of biblical proportions. In studying these verses I came up with a name for these storms from the Hebrew text. That name is Hurricane Sa'ar. The Hebrew word for storm is sa'ar and it is called the storm of the LORD. His storms most definitely reach an intensity level worthy of being named! The first part of this book is about these two storms of the LORD, both the historic one of Jeremiah's day and the one that is yet to come. The second part of this book is an encouraging call for believers to be devoted to being close to the Lord. We must know His Word, His Voice, and His Heart. This is especially true if the second storm is on the horizon.
Introduction - Naming the Storm
Part II: Devoted to His Presence - Pledging Our Hearts to Be Close to Him
Dan King has a BA in Biblical Literature and a Master of Divinity degree. He has served as the pastor of five churches in North Carolina and New York after graduating from seminary in 1983. He has also taught in Christian high schools and for the New York District School of Ministry. He is currently the pastor of New Life Assembly of God in Oneida, New York.
95 pages, paperback.