How can we begin growing in knowing God’s love?
Length: 3 minutes 5 seconds
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I never heard the difference between the two response of peter to a catch of fish. that’s really eye opening. Great blog.
Sam, nice job. such a key and ongoing issue to understand that we are in relationship with God not because of what we do. I love the horse rolling in the dirt in the background, you couldn’t have staged that better!
My brother Pete said he was distracted by the big horses ass. I think the other horse distracted him as well.
Another GREAT post Sam. You should do these daily. Knowing the love of Jesus when I make mistakes is the one thing that saved me from myself, and the enemy. I wish it was as easy to remember his love, as it is to almost instictivly run from him when those mistakes happen.
Well said. My natural tendency is to be like the first Peter, more aware of my skin deep sin and less aware of the depth of His love. But slowly, bit by bit, I am coming to run to him.
I can’t wait to run down the beach to Him…won’t that be a hug.??
in our weakness He is made strong… That’s hard for me ’cause true to human nature, I loathe being thought of as weak. On the other hand, I am not a very strong swimmer
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