Jesus sends us as Christians into the world to be salt and light and ambassadors for the Kingdom. However, He never promised us that our mission would be easy. In fact, He promised us that in this world we will face troubling times. In Matthew 14:22-36 (also Mark 6:43-56 & John 6:16-24) we discover that Jesus sent the disciples into a troubling situation, but He knew where they were and what they were dealing with. If you have ever faced troubling times – times when the waves were beating against your ship of life – times when your legs and feet seemed to give way beneath you – times when your best life-preserving skills simply didn’t help – then you know what it means to truly need the One Who can walk on the troubled waters and the One Who can calm the angry wind and waves. Hallelujah! What a Savior!
In this study we learn that:
- We must go where Jesus sends us and do as He commands us knowing that it may be be a bumpy ride.
- When we face the storms of life we should know that it may be the obstructionism of Satan or the teaching and testing of God.
- We must realize that Jesus sees us in the storm and is waiting for us to see Him – and call to Him.
- We must worship Him and respond to Him as the omnipotent ruler of this world.
This Bible study was presented to the Agape Life Bible Study Class of the First Baptist Church in Brenham, Texas, on Sunday, October 24, 2021. Handouts with slide content can be requested at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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