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A Sudden Wind by Raymond A. Foss
Distracting his focus
his eyes shifting
losing Christ
in that moment

Though the master was before him
standing on the waters
a sudden wind causing
him to sink

How quickly we doubt
fail to act boldly
how soon we let the world
pull us from You

If we could have faith
just as the mustard seed
mountains would move
at the sound of our voice

The winds calling
ever blowing
needing to listen
only to God

Our feet would be steady
there on the waters
how much we miss
when we listen to the wind

October 23, 2010
Matthew 14:22-33
Walking on Water
Matthew 14:13-17:13
Heartlight’s Straight Through Bible Study
for October 13, 2010,
read October 21, 2010

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