When it all looks out of control: He’s still at the helm.
The Wind and Waves Obey.
Published by JS Park
J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain, author, sixth degree black belt, ex-atheist, Korean-American, and follows Christ. J.S. has a B.A. in Psychology from USF and a Master's from SEBTS. He lives with his wife, dog, and daughter in sunny Florida. View all posts by JS Park
4 thoughts on “The Wind and Waves Obey.”
Reblogged this on franiel32.
And what do we say to those who feel like Jesus is in the back part of the ship asleep on a pillow? I am amazed that even asleep Jesus protected them, for though the ship was filling with water they did not sink. Awakened Jesus stopped the storm, not to keep them safe, but to remove the cause of their fear. What a God we have, Who not only “is at the helm”, but at the storm centre comforting us in our anxiety and terror! Peace in the middle of the storm…
Thank you Dan. I’ve heard many sermons on that passage, but the truth remains the same when the wind and waves rage.