Praise You in This Storm by Casting Crowns

Every day is a divine opportunity to praise God but Sunday tends to be the day we gather as communities of faith to offer up collective worship.

Sometimes praising God flows easily because life is basically going well for us. But at other times praise is much more challenging because of difficulties that seem to have us surrounded and feeling the weight of the world. Those difficult moments are when praise can be real and deep and truly meaningful.

To praise God even when circumstances are unbearably hard requires faith and courage and a relentless trust in God. This video is a few years old (2007) but delivers a powerful and timely message. Whether you’ve heard this song or not you’ll be blessed and challenged by the story that precedes it!

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Filed under Authenticity, Christianity, Courage, Faith, Inspiration, Praise, Suffering, Trusting God, Worship

7 responses to “Praise You in This Storm by Casting Crowns

  1. Did you catch what Mark Hall said?
    “Sometimes God calms the storms in our lives and sometimes He rides them with us.”
    Either way, Job is right when he said: “The Lord gave me what I had, and the Lord has taken it away. Praise the name of the Lord!”
    If Jesus can suffer the cross after asking the Father to “take this cup from me” then I can suffer some of life’s slings and arrows as long as I maintain my focus on God.

  2. julie

    Awesome song!!

  3. I have the privlege of hearing Mark Hall and a few of the Casting Crowns members every week at church leading worship. I know I can worship anywhere under any worship leader but Mark is a true worship leader and leads me to the heart of Jesus every time.

    That song helped bring me through the toughest storm i’ve gone through yet. And no God didn’t calm the storm but He calmed me in the storm and carried me through it. Praise His great name!

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