Assurance in the Storms of Life
Assurance in the Storms of Life
Mark 6:45-50
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Sunday Morning Service,  December 2, 2012

Jesus went up on the mountain to pray after sending His disciples out on the sea to go to Bethsaida. The disciples experienced a fierce storm in the middle of the night. They continued to row hard into a headwind without making any progress. It appeared that they were in great danger. In the mean time, Jesus, knowing their dilemma, was praying for them. Actually, they were not in any danger at all while under the watchful care of Jesus. As God’s children, we are always under His watchful care. Consequently, what we so often see as danger is no danger at all. What a Wonderful Savior is Jesus, our Lord.

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