Jose Vasquez - April 29, 2024

Week 3: When Faith Makes No Sense

This message teaches us that faith transcends our senses; it operates beyond the visible boundaries we perceive. Consider Peter's bold step onto the water when Jesus called him. It defied logic, yet Peter walked until doubt crept in. His story teaches us crucial lessons: firstly, that we must heed God's specific instructions, and secondly, that big steps of faith are built upon small, obedient acts. Failure is inevitable, but it's in failing forward that we grow. When we walk in faith, we walk with Jesus, following His guidance. So, when faith seems senseless, remember that obedience to God's Word opens the door for His manifest presence in our lives, empowering us to navigate life's storms with unwavering trust.

From Series: "Big Steppers"

In this series we will examine the profound symbolism of shoes, exploring what it truly means to walk by faith in our daily lives. Just as shoes hold diverse meanings for individuals in modern society, they bear even greater significance in the context of the Bible. Throughout the Old Testament, they symbolize various themes such as holiness, readiness, divine care, redemption, and triumph over adversaries. In the New Testament, they represent humility, admission into God's family, and unwavering trust in Christ. Through practical teachings and reflections, we discovered how to integrate faith into our daily routines and navigate life's challenges with trust and confidence in God's guidance.

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