Maybe it's the mood I get in when rain comes down consistently for a while, but I sincerely am enjoying it. I was reading in Amos earlier this morning for the seminary class I'm taking and God kept talking about wind and rain and how he was going to send it this way and that way. The Scriptures talk like that all over the place, and I think it's important to remember. While our scientists and meteorologists can tell us where a storm is coming from, they tend to neglect REALLY Where it's coming from. God himself is sovereign over wind and rain, and while that can certainly be a difficult thing to swallow when disaster strikes (or even just a leaky roof), it's something the Bible confronts us with anyways. We would much rather speak of God as not involved in these things, but in the end if he's not involved or in control then he's not really that big of a God after all. But I want to receive God's full self revelation and trust that he is ultimately the One who brings rain and sun.
Just some thoughts.