Morning Line: Know the Master’s Voice

Morning Line: Know the Master’s Voice!

There’s a fine line between “Thou shalt not be afraid” and “Thou shalt not be stupid”—

 Before Peter walked on the water he said, “‘Lord if it is You, command me to come to You.’ And [Jesus] said, ‘Come’” Matthew 14:28-29 (NAS).

Remember You are not in charge of water-walking, Jesus is!  Before you decide to get out of the boat be sure it’s what you’ve been called to—and that Jesus is the One calling you. God’s looking for more than impulsiveness. Sometimes we make reckless decisions and then rationalize them using the veneer of spiritual language. 

If you’re a thrill-seeking personality you may be particularly susceptible in this area. Boredom can make you vulnerable, and tempt you into making rash decisions that are out of step with God’s will.

Remember there’s a fine line between “Thou shalt not be afraid” and “Thou shalt not be stupid”—one that’s easily blurred.

Knowing when to step out of the boat and take a risk doesn’t just call for courage, it calls for wisdom to ask the right questions, discernment to recognize the Master’s voice, and patience to wait until He says, “Come!”  

Know the Master, Know when, by spending time with Him in, word, prayer, and meditation. Surround yourself with the well-proven council that will stand with you through storm and harvest, Praying your heart is open and you have eyes that see and ears that hear. When the Master says come now the time is right and way prepared.

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