Genesis 18:1-10; Psalm 15:2-5; Colossians 1:24-28; Luke 10:38-42
If you have ever been to Niagara Falls, you may have seen the boat called “Maid of the Mist.” One man who took a tour of the falls on that celebrated vessel said this about the experience:
The boat headed straight for the base of the majestic falls. The closer we got, the slower we moved. Water was showering everything around us, and we couldn’t hear each other over the tumultuous thunder.
Suddenly, we broke through the curtain into a place of peace. Behind us, the water rolled from above and the sides. Ahead the falls were so close we sensed we could reach out for a touch. But there was a sense of peace which must be like being in the eye of a hurricane. Looking up, beautifully arched over our heads, was a rainbow. The wonder of it all filled our eyes with tears. I held my breath and listened closely, for I knew that at any moment, some great choir would…
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