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God Is Mightier Than Your Storm

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"Invincible," a new song from NewSpring Worship, was inspired by Isaiah 37:16-20 and Psalm 29:3-4


During a rough season of our lives, when everything seems to be falling apart, the lies the world tells us become even louder, so much louder the voice of the Lord is all but drowned out.

In Isaiah, Hezekiah and the Israelites were going through a seriously rough storm fighting against the Assyrians and their leader, Sennacherib. Sennacherib threatened, tormented and taunted Hezekiah and the Israelites by feeding them lie after lie about their God and how He wasn’t going to deliver them from this battle.

With these lies constantly being thrown at them, it would’ve been easy for Hezekiah and the Israelites to lose hope and believe all that Sennacherib was telling them. However, Hezekiah’s faith in God and his remembrance of all God had done before this storm gave him the courage to lead Jerusalem out of this war against Assyria.

In the middle of hearing all Sennacherib’s lies, Hezekiah prayed to the Lord: “Lord Almighty, you alone are God over all the kingdoms of the earth … deliver us from his hand, so that all the kingdoms of the earth may know that you, Lord, are the only God” (Isaiah 37:16, 20). Hezekiah reminded himself that God was still Lord of Heaven and Earth, and that He is forever a promise maker and a promise keeper. Hezekiah ignored the lies, ignored the voice of the enemy and listened for the voice of the Lord, which is powerful and majestic and “thunders over the mighty waters” (Psalm 29:3-4).


  • In the middle of hard times like losing a job or with the death of a loved one, whose voice is usually the loudest?
  • What is one way you can better hear the voice of the Lord in the middle of a storm?
  • If you are in the middle of a storm right now, these care and prayer resources can help you!

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