John 6:15-21

Today, Emily, Ethan, Ezzo (our miniature American Eskimo) and I went to a nearby park.  About halfway into the walk, I looked behind us and saw a man in a red shirt and khaki shorts with a young child.  I didn’t think anything of it until I looked ahead and saw a man in a red shirt and khaki shorts with a young child.  Knowing that wasn’t humanly possible for the man to get ahead of us, I looked quickly behind us and ahead of us and saw there were two men, wearing the same thing, both with young kids.

You remember how Jesus walked on water to His disciples.  You may be fuzzy on the details though.  It was dark and the disciples had rowed roughly four miles out on a lake. Jesus walked on the surface of the water to them.  After He persuaded them not to be afraid, He got in the boat.  Once he did so, they were all instantly at the shore in the boat.

We know the disciples were afraid with the walking on the water miracle, but how do you think they felt after the instant teleportation Jesus provided?  I’m guessing they were afraid again, but maybe relieved that they didn’t have to row that far.  Isn’t Jesus awesome?  Nothing is impossible with Him!

 

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