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  • The Source Of Our Peace Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 12, 2004
    based on 36 ratings

    Looking at one of Jesus’ most stressful day and understand how, in the midst of unexpected news, demands and storms, He is able to find peace and composure.

    Experiencing the Peace of Jesus - Jesus Under Pressure It’s Sunday. Sundays are always busy days for me. Sundays are always early days for me. Today promised to be no exception. With a full slate of activities planned, I got up early and drove to church. There was not much traffic at 6:00 more

  • Peter: How To Overcome Despair In Times Of Failure Series

    Contributed by Rick Long on Feb 12, 2004
    based on 84 ratings

    Second in the series "Meet the Cast." To really understand how to overcome despair in times of failure, we must see the transformation in Peter’s life after Jesus conquered death and rose from the dead.

    Thank God He uses failures! I’m not sure where I would be if God did not use people who continually mess up. I believe there is man in scripture who can totally relate to this. It’s Peter. As I read the accounts of Peter while he faithfully followed Jesus, I also see a passionate more

  • A Walk On The Wild Side

    Contributed by Norbert Garcia on Mar 2, 2004
    based on 25 ratings

    As Peter stepped boldly from the boat to walk on water, so we can step Boldly in our walk with Jesus

    Scripture: Matthew 14: 21 - 30 A Walk on the Wild Side It had been a long hot day. Not much ground had been covered as far as distance was concerned, but much had been accomplished. Every step of the way there had been people to talk too or move out of the way. The Men were tired of more

  • Sometimes You Just Have To Get Out Of The Boat

    Contributed by James Stone, Sr on Feb 22, 2004
    based on 38 ratings

    Today we need to be willing to get out of the normal operating procedures and just step out on faith.

    Intro: Many people have criticized, ridiculed, and made fun of Peter for not being able Keep his eyes off the waves and storm and failing in his attempt to walk out to Jesus. However, Peter is the only one that was willing to get out of the boat on That more

  • What Have You Fixed Eyes Upon

    Contributed by Rodney Fry on Jan 10, 2004
    based on 25 ratings

    Walking on Water or staying on the boat what are you focusing on. Faith. Are you trusting Christ or are you taking your eyes off of HIM?

    What Have you Fixed Eyes Upon Matthew 14: 28-33 In the Verses three words stick out COME- in the present tense, come NOW SAVE- (lord save me) delivers or protect DOUBT- to weaver- to stand in two ways The more we believe = less doubt We must go forth to meet him in a way of more

  • Attempting Great Things With Jesus Series

    Contributed by David Beirne on Apr 30, 2004
    based on 5 ratings

    Let’s live our lives without regret. Let’s take a step of faith and risk seeing the power of God like we’ve never seen before.

    Attempting Great Things With Jesus Matt 14:22-33 Intro. Do you ever look back and wonder, if only I had taken the chance. Crankshaft is a comic strip about a grumpy old man. He often flashes back to his days as a minor league pitcher. He once struck out slugger Hank Greenburg in his prime. more

  • Help In The Storm

    Contributed by James Kelley on Apr 12, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    God is able to help us in the difficulties of everyday life.

    In coming to the disciples across the water, Jesus had literally said, "It is I Am". This must have made a strong impression on Peter which the Holy Spirit pressed to his heart as evidenced by his bold profession just two chapters later in Matthew’s narrative. 1. The deity of Christ compels us more

  • Distracted Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on May 24, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    This is the 12th sermon in the series "From The Cradle To The Cross".

    Series: ¡§From The Cradle To The Cross¡¨ [#12] DISTRACTED? Matthew 14:22-34 Introduction: „© {Stand at back.} „© {Have everyone get up and move one pew up or back.} „© {Begin reading Psalm 23 and have Chris call on cell phone. Stop and talk to him.} Matthew 14:22-34 Distracted By The more

  • Get Out Of The Boat

    Contributed by Bobby Hawk on Mar 16, 2004
    based on 216 ratings

    God has called each one of us to do great things. And it all starts when we get out of the boat.

    “Get Out of the Boat” Matthew 14:22-33 Opening: (The Disciples Version of the Story) It was the next night. They had gathered together as usual. Peter, of course, was running late. A crowd of friends had joined the group for dinner. Then Matthew brought up the story. “Last night Peter more

  • How To Walk On The Water Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Aug 14, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    Learn the principles behind Peter’s experience of walking upon the water: (1) Take the first step out in response to God’s call (getting our feet wet first), and (2)understand that faith grows through these steps!

    Jesus experiences the power of God when He was ministering on earth. We see the manifestations of that power through the miracles He performed. Jesus had faith in the Father, and had the confidence that God will give Him the power to accomplish His purposes. We can live our life with that kind more

  • 11 Bigger Failures

    Contributed by Shane Brooks on Nov 6, 2003
    based on 26 ratings

    Failure isn’t an event, it’s the reaction to an event

    Let’s start off with talking about the boat. What is the boat? Well, it’s safe, warm, somewhat dry, but most importantly it floats. The comfort that the boat brings is priceless in a storm. Secondly, the boat is where most of the passengers of this cruise had spent their whole life. more

  • History Of The Small Faith

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Dec 2, 2003
    based on 3 ratings

    That outlines the history of Pierre. We are each one ready to act more still than the part than Pierre played in the history.

    L’HISTOIRE DE LA PETITE FOI Lecture Matthieu 14/22-34 *Aussitôt Jésus étendit la main, le saisit, et lui dit: Homme de peu de foi, pourquoi as-tu douté? + v.31. I Notre premire matire sera l=histoire du peu de Foi. Cela esquisse l=histoire de Pierre. Nous sommes chacun apte more

  • Storms Yes: But We Have A Miracle Worker.

    Contributed by Melvin Shelton on Nov 14, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    Mark’s account of this incident says in chapter 6:48 “and he saw them toiling in rowing.” He saw! Hallelujah he sees.

    Storms yes: but we have a miracle worker. Matthew 14:22 -- 33. 11/16/03 Our text this morning comes right on the heels of another miracle of Jesus feeding over 5000 with just five loaves and two fish. Because of that, the multitudes wanted to crown him King. Not for who he was as much as more

  • The Strength Of Storms

    Contributed by Michael Blankenship on Nov 1, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    The answers to our deepest questions, of who we are, and where we stand for Christ lay in the storms of life.

    1. The Reason for the storm. A. Jesus put the disciples into the boat.= Jesus puts us in the storm so we may grow. B. The disciples are obedient to the Lord. C. It reminds us that it is better to be on our knees before the storm, than to get knocked on our knees during the storm. 2. The Result more

  • The Virus Of Doubt - Case For Faith Series Series

    Contributed by Greg Buchner on Feb 17, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    The struggle with doubt can either be a virus that drives us away from God or the motivation to study the evidence more carefully drawing us closer to God.

    “The Virus of Doubt” The Case for Faith Series Wakelee Church ~ February 13, 2005 Matthew 14:22-33 (quotes taken from the NKJV unless noted) Theme: The struggle with doubt can either be a virus that drives us away from God or the motivation to study the evidence more carefully drawing more