Pastor Paul Cannon’s message was from Matthew, chapter 14. After feeding the five thousand, Jesus told His disciples to sail across the sea. During the trip, in the darkest part of the night, they encountered a violent storm. Jesus appeared, walking on the water, and was with them during the storm. Even when we do what Jesus asks us to do, we will encounter storms and darkness. We have the assurance that Jesus is right there with us during these times. When Paul walked out on the water to meet Jesus, he was distracted by the storm and began to sink. Jesus saved him from drowning. Today, some people are drowning spiritually. They are drowning in a lifestyle of sin without Jesus. They are reaching out for help. They are looking for someone to show them the love and saving power of Jesus Christ. Is Jesus directing you to help someone in that condition? Are you helping to save someone from spiritually drowning? Listen, and let the Holy Spirit show you what to do.
Please pray for: Len Casey, Jo Simmons, the family of Cathy McComb, Lynn Smith, Roger Benefield, Billy Holbrook, Jay Daniel, Robert and Gladys Baughn, our church and its members.
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