Is Jesus In Your Boat?
Good morning beautiful people, good morning. As I was driving yesterday the song Jesus came on the radio by Chris Tomlin. I love that song. I have always told people, I don’t care if you ever remember my name, (that was before I became a writer-lol) but as long as you remember the name Jesus and know you can call on his name, you are in good shape. I always wanted my children to grow up knowing that Jesus was the most important name, person and they could call on him day or night. He is all powerful.
I remember the man in the milk aisle this morning that was cursing Jesus out. I waited patiently and tried not to say anything, but then…I just couldn’t hold it back any longer. I had to take up for Jesus a little bit. He doesn’t need me to, but he sure has taken up for me. He paid the price for my redemption, my healing, and he has done more for me than anyone could ever do. Oh, how I love Jesus. My prayer is that you have him in your boat today. He will part the Red Sea for you if he needs to. He has been known to do it before and you can count on him doing it again. He shows up in the most amazing ways. Look for him today in every situation you encounter. Are you ready? Make sure you have Jesus in your boat.
Father, you tell us all have sinned and have come short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23) Romans 10:9 tells us that if we declare with our mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in our heart that God raised him from the dead, we will be saved.” (Romans 10:9) That sounds too easy and too good to be true, but that what your Word says.
Father, we know we are a sinner, and we ask for your forgiveness. We believe Jesus Christ is Your Son. We believe that He died for our sin. We want Jesus to be our Lord and Saviour and to follow him all the days of our lives. Lead us and guide us every day by the power of your Holy Spirit.
Father, thank you that we have Jesus in our boat. We can rest assured he is working all things out for our good. Amen.
Have a blessed day God’s most beautiful people. Jesus, you want him in your boat.