Devotional - Walking on Water
The word of God says in the epistle to the Hebrews: “As for faith, it is the confidence in what is hoped for, and the conviction of things not seen.”
We all remember that the Lord Jesus was approaching the disciples while he was walking on water, some of them were afraid, and some were astonished, and they thought, is this true? Is this possible? Peter was in the boat; Peter recognized the person walking on water; he knew in his heart that the Lord Jesus says to something be, and it is, with a word from Him He raised the dead, healed the sick, and opened the eyes of the blind. And Peter said in an audible voice, “Sir, please help me to come to you…” And as soon as he got out of the boat, remember that everything that the Lord Jesus made requires a strong faith that overcomes all impossibilities. Indeed, Peter walked out with a firm step, a step of faith, a measure of confidence.
We know for sure. As believers, we cannot walk with fear towards achieving our goals. We cannot walk in achieving our goals without seeing Jesus in front of us encouraging us to move forward because
• When we see him, fear leaves us.
• When we see him, we hear him say: “Whatever you ask in my name, I will do it so that the Father may be glorified in the Son.”
• When we see Him dispel the darkness and despair, and we walk with steady steps towards hope and hope in the risen Jesus.
With the same motive of faith as Peter did, Aramaic took a step of faith by launching three satellites that carried the good news to the world's major continents, Asia and Africa. We know that the material possibilities are few and not available. But now, we are preparing different programs in multiple languages that carry the word of truth, hold the gospel of the kingdom, and carry the message of the cross that brings peace to a troubled world.
We thank God he has helped us go to the Indian subcontinent and the surrounding countries on the first of October 2021.
We can walk in faith into 2022 with three satellites with your support and prayers. This is beside Nilesat to the Middle East and Yahsat to the Near East.
The word of the Lord says, "But without faith, it cannot be satisfied, for he who comes to God must believe that he exists and that he recompenses those who seek him."