I have always said we are not walking by faith when times are good; that is walking in the blessing. We walk by faith when the storm is raging. I love this line – “In the storm, issues of the heart rise to the surface and become visible, both to us and to others.” So true. Enjoy……
“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” (Proverbs 4:23)
On November 27, 2019, a strong storm with high winds and massive waves struck Lake Michigan. The storm uncovered a shipwreck that had been buried for over a hundred years.
A storm has a way of bringing things under the surface out into the open. This isn’t only true in Lake Michigan; it’s also true in our lives. A storm may uncover issues in our hearts that weren’t visible until the storm hits.
In Matthew 14:22-31, Jesus told his disciples to cross the lake without him. While they were sailing, a storm came up, with strong winds and high waves. About 3:00 in the morning, they saw Jesus coming toward their boat, walking on the water.
Peter, impulsive as always, asked Jesus to let him walk on the water, too. Jesus gave Peter the OK…
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