Thursday, August 6, 2009


In Mark 4:35 Jesus tells His disciples, “ Let us go over to the other side.” God is always asking us to attempt what might seem normal, but  right in the middle it becomes a walk of faith. 

When Jesus said, “ Let's us go, …” He wasn’t asking them to do it alone, and He isn’t asking you to do it alone either. He is with us, and he has given us the greatest tools ever presented to man. We have the Word of God, Holy Spirit, and the power to command.

The storm came to stop God’s purposes from completion and they were not normal... These men were boatman who had conquered waves before, but they were fearful because these waves were not normal. You hang around Jesus things don’t always go normal, but they are never boring either. 

Listen friend, between the shore of promise and the shore of provision there will be storms trying to stop us fulfilling our destiny. But He will never leave us or forsake us. Greater is He that is in us than the storms of life that come to stop us. In this great adventure of faith we are living, God believes in us... and that we can make it... and that we will do everything we have been called to do...

If we will trust the Master and command our storms to, "Cease and be still, in Jesus name", we will see the promised end...The Word guarantees it! SO can you get in your boat and cross over?  In Jesus Name, “ Let’s go over to the other side! 


  1. sooo true pastor.....i was thinking today how i find myself saying a lot, "i'll try", which thens gives myself an "out" when it gets hard or i simply don't feel like trying any longer...and the spirit spoke into me today much of what you just said and that i need to say "i WILL" and weather those storms with his strength in me....thanks for the encouranging words! blessings..

  2. This is so true and so good. Sometimes it's just good to hear this again... we will get to the other side!!


  3. To the other side I will go, I have always wanted to sail, it's amazing how the ocean can toss boats around without a good seaman at the helm,

  4. Yes, I will get to the other side. Thanks Pastor. :)