Lord, Save Me!

Episode Notes:

Focus Scripture: John 6:15-21

It happens to every Christian at differing times throughout our walk with God during this brief journey we call life. What I refer to is a wavering in our faith. It is easy to say we are faithful when life is flowing along trouble free. But oh how quickly our faith can weaken when adversity strikes. We find ourselves surrounded by chaos and yet, the more we struggle to resist or fix the problem, we come to realize that we can do nothing apart from Christ to restore harmony in our lives. We reach a point where we cry out, “Lord, save me!” which are the same words once uttered by Apostle Peter. Today’s podcast examines the time when Jesus walked on the water and Peter’s tremendous leap of faith and subsequent wavering of that faith. As always, my prayer is that God will speak to your heart through today’s message in a way that will help you to grow closer in your walk with Him.

Darryl Orrell

“Lord, Save Me!” by Darryl Orrell
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