I n Matthew 8:23-27, where Jesus responds to the disciples’ cry of “Lord save us,” He rescues them from the furious storm threatening to capsize their ship. Like an adrenaline rush, their great fear transformed a gnat-sized faith into gargantuan results. When Jesus rebuked the winds and waves, their crashing crescendo yielded to a comfortable calm.
This incident describes Jesus’ control over the storms created by atmospheric pressure. Then, in Matthew 14:22-33, NIV, his connection with the storms in our lives counters an anxiety-creating predicament the Bible commonly calls doubt.
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