|Hi Sumojo I am reviewing your story "The Storm"
Wow! is a good start. You r have been privileged to travel to many countries after your children have flown the nest, I know how this feels as I did the same thing.
First, the terror attacks in India which the whole world watched on TV. Then the Tsunami on the 26th December 2004 which killed many souls and changed so many lives. Both of these disasters you missed by hours or days.
Then your flight from Manila to the island of Cebu and your anguish that it might end in disaster because of the storm, weather, but intersession came along and saved you all from an impending disaster once more.
This and many other small insignificant miracles are performed in our life every day. some we don't even notice and others that we raise our spirit and thank our Lord that he sent Angels to lift us up and stop us from hurting our feet on the stones. What a father we have!
Your story tells of these remarkable near misses as you traveled and I can relate to them from my own near-misses that God saved me from.
One small error ( n the light of day should be In)
I enjoyed reading your story and gave thanks with a grateful heart to our God for his mercy on your lives.
(Psalm 91 says it all, it is one of my favorite Psalms, the verses, A thousand may fall at your side, and ten thousand at your right hand; but it shall not come near you, only with your eyes shall you look.)