In this story from Jesus, the rain, floods and wind that buffeted the house are actually a good thing. Because they allow the foundation of the house to manifest its stability. So it is with us. The foundation of our lives must be our fidelity to the Word of God. Do you believe the Word of God? Jesus makes it clear that we will have a solid foundation only when we listen to His words and act on them.
Reflect, today, upon how deeply you believe all that Jesus says. Do you trust in every word He has spoken? If you are not sure, then this is a good day to recommit yourself to the prayerful reading of His Word.
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