Genesis 8. 1 God did not forget about Noah and the animals with him in the boat. So God made a wind blow, and the water started going down.
This is a little reminder today … God did not forget about Noah, and his family (and even the family pets – okay, I’m stretching it a little bit, but this is the way I imagine it). God never forgot everyone and everything that was attached to Noah. Because it was God who sent them out on those rough waters in the first place. Even though He sent them out in that storm, His plan was still the same … To save their lives.
Today’s storm won’t last forever, and storms will come and they will go, but God does not forget those who belong to him …
Genesis 8. 2 God stopped up the places where the water had been gushing out from under the earth. He also closed up the sky, and the rain stopped. 3 For one hundred fifty days the water slowly went down. 4 Then on the seventeenth day of the seventh month of the year, the boat came to rest somewhere in the Ararat mountains.
So for today, we can trust that God knows where we are and he has not forgotten us. Storms do come to an end, and when they do we can expect to enjoy some mountaintop experiences with those that we love.