Storm surge affecting the seaside town of Annotto Bay, St Mary. Here, waves wash up against the health centre, which is located along the coast. Some of you are facing your “Matthew” Thoughts of fear and anxiety taking hold of you. The updates and reality make you clueless how you’ll get through, But rest assured that God got you! It is important to always prepare, But in the midst of it all, remember God is always there, Activate your faith and don’t you fear! He’ll never give you more than you can bear! Like Matthew, the storms of life may be category five. And you wonder to yourself, “Will I come out alive?” But know that you will not only survive, For our great God will also cause you to thrive.
Soon it’ll reduce to category four, A little bit better than it was before. And still it’s headed in your direction for sure, But you never know what God has in store. Just the moment you’re about to panic, Thinking at any time now “Matthew” is going to hit, That moment you think it’s too much and you’re getting ready to quit, That’s when God shows up and make that great shift! He now gives you that reason to smile, Showing you that He was with you all the while. Letting you know no matter how big the storm, You are safe as long as you learn to lean on His arm! The GOES East satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows hurricane Matthew as it made its way through the eastern Caribbean. Matthew Matthew Matthew are you reading me Come in Matthew Come in Matthew I am eager to talk to you Thanks for your sympathy Thanks for turning away You leave us with showers of rain Thanks for the showers Gullies are clean