ARE YOU JESUSí DISCIPLE?
The fact that Peter and other were His disciples invited JESUS to join them in their boat at a time when their boat was being disturbed by the boisterous wind, Matthew 14v24-32. This tells us that JESUS will not just watch His own disturbed by any form of storm or dis-ease. The bible calls Him our Advocate, 1John 2v1&2. We think itís only when we are health challenged that we have disease but I am telling you categorically that everything that tampers with your ease or peace is a disease. So, every time JESUS senses such things in and around HIS own, HE come to their rescue. He already had the experience so He knows what it means to be in pains. As a disciple you have the backing of heaven in times like this and they will do anything to rescue you, escaping without a single scratch.
If you are not HIS disciple, please pick up a salvation application form now and you will have HIS eyes follow you wherever you go. Say this prayer ďLORD JESUS, I ACKNOWLEDGE MY SINFUL NATURE AND THAT YOU CAME TO THE WORLD TO DIE FOR ME. I HEREBY ASK YOU FOR FORGIVENESS AND ACCEPT YOU AS MY LORD AND PERSONAL SAVIOR. RULE MY LIFE FROM NOW ON, AMEN!
Congratulation and welcome aboard a stress free flight to destiny in grand style. Love you.
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