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Matthew 14:13

Matthew 14:13

Although Jesus was fully God, He was also fully Man. Although the eternal Son of God, Who was the exact representation of the Father, Jesus was also a Man - a perfect Man but with human limitations just as we are. And so because of His humanity He is able to sympathise with the many weaknesses of mortal man - our physical weariness; mental exhaustion.. the limitation of this body of flesh and blood, and He understands our deepest spiritual needs. He is able to read more...

Matthew 14:27

Matthew 14:27

As the disciples struggled to keep their little boat afloat in the midst of the tempestuous storm that raged across the sea, Jesus came to them, walking on the water. No wonder that they all screamed out in terror. This was something that was outside their experience and fear was the emotion that gripped them all. But Jesus immediately reassured them by calling out, Have courage, it is I.

Did you see that? Jesus called out to them, immediately. His read more...

Matthew 14:31

Matthew 14:31

The storms of life may be used by God to chasten or discipline us OR to perfect and refine us (or both) - as little by little, His Spirit uses the turbulent circumstances of life to transform us into the image and likeness of His dear Son.

God used the tempestuous ocean waves to correct the rebellious Jonah, and He used the same raging seas to develop, increase and perfect the faith of Peter and the other disciples.

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Matthew 14:33

Matthew 14:33

The disciples had just seen the Lord Jesus feed 5000 men with a few small loaves and fishes; walk right to the middle of the Sea of Galilee on the surface of the water to join the disciples on their fishing boat; give Peter the authority and power to walk on water himself - and then witness him being rescued from drowning by the strong arm of the Lord Jesus when his faith failed! No wonder that all those in the boat were in filled with wonder and amazement.. and read more...