Getting To The Other Side

When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus walking on the lake and coming near the boat…John 6:16-27   So much of life involves decision making and movement. The choice and the way isn’t always as  easy or smooth as we like. As we go forward in our journey storms inevitably arise not necessarily to hinder our way but often to satisfy their own purpose. We then allow the storm to distract us. The good news is that as we stay focused on the Divine purpose and will, the presence of Christ will show up in places we least expect.

…he (Jesus) said to them, It is I; do not be afraid.’

 

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4 thoughts on “Getting To The Other Side

  1. Reblogged this on In Love With The Lord Poetry and Prose and commented:
    I am sitting in the midst of a storm as I write this and it is often stormy in my world this season, but you have spoken the truth. Christ’s presence is ALWAYS there though the human doesn’t always focus, but oh He is. Just the other day as I gazed out a window at work on a rough day and seeking strength, there He was appearing to me in a vision while speaking love to my soul. He is real. He is with us. Belief is that inner knowing even when we cannot “feel” what our soul holds as truth. Amen!

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