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Floods of Trial: When God Carves You With Hardship

Have you ever sat in a rainstorm or listened to the rain pounding hard on your roof? Have you ever driven through a rainstorm and felt like buckets were being dumped nonstop and without end? Years ago, I was driving in Florida on I-75 for about six hours. It was January, and the rain was coming down in buckets. My mother and I were together in the car joking about it being Chinese water torture. The constant volume, the relentless pounding, and the only breaks were the occasional overpasses we drove beneath. Those pauses,…