Hurricane Ida was strong.

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    Hurricane Ida brought heavy rain. It washed away part of Highway 26. (Hannah Ruhoff/The Sun Herald via AP)
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    Workers look at the deep hole. (AP/Rogelio V. Solis)
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    Cars fell into the pit. Workers lifted them out. (WLOX-TV via AP)
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    This picture shows what a hurricane looks like from space. (NOAA/AP)
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    Workers will rebuild the road. (AP/Rogelio V. Solis)
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Hurricane [hurr-ih-kayn] Ida pounded Mississippi [mis-ih-sip-ee]. Rain washed out part of a road. Drivers could not see. Cars fell into a deep pit. People got hurt.

Pray: Tell God when you are afraid. He is always with you.

Read More: Over 12 inches of rain from Hurricane Ida fell on Mississippi in one day in August. Drivers on a dark country road could not see. A pipe under the road burst. Rain opened a deep pit in the ground. One car after another fell into the hole. People in the cars were hurt. Sadly, two died. Hurricanes are storms with strong winds and heavy rain. The storms happen in many places in the world. They can also be called “cyclones” or “typhoons.” Remember, though, that God’s power is greater than any storm. In 1 Kings 19:11, God tells Elijah, “Go out and stand on the mount before the Lord.” And behold, the Lord passed by, and a great and strong wind tore the mountains and broke in pieces the rocks before the Lord.