Scripture: “Now Peter got really nervous and swore, ‘I never laid eyes on this man you’re talking about.’ Just then the rooster crowed a second time. Peter remembered how Jesus had said, ‘Before a rooster crows twice, you’ll deny me three times.’ He collapsed in tears.” Mark 14:72-73 Perspective: If someone walked up to you
Scripture: “For there was constant coming and going. They didn’t even have time to eat. So they got in the boat and went off to a remote place by themselves. Someone saw them going and the word got around. From the surrounding towns people went out on foot, running, and got there ahead of them.
Scripture: “A huge storm came up. Waves poured into the boat, threatening to sink it. And Jesus was in the stern, head on a pillow, sleeping! They roused him, saying, ‘Teacher, is it nothing to you that we’re going down?’ Awake now, he told the wind to pipe down and said to the sea, ‘Quiet!
If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat by John Ortberg is a book about stepping out in faith. I don’t know why it has taken me so long to read this book. A while back, I did a post about Peter walking on water called “Getting Out
Scripture: “It’s like a man going off on an extended trip. He called his servants together and delegated responsibilities. To one he gave five thousand dollars, to another two thousand, to a third one thousand, depending on their abilities. Then he left. Right off, the first servant went to work and doubled his master’s investment.