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look again.


Thanks for journeying with me! 

look again.

Tiffany Lambert

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we have faith. with God, the impossible is possible. we got this. we got this... and then the storm hits and we are back at it again with our fear and our scrambling for control. 

in reality, it is a fine line between faith and doubt and I’ve faltered between the two more than I care to admit. 

when we fix our eyes on Jesus, we can conquer anything.  when our eyes are diverted, we sink. it is pretty simple. one minute confidently walking on water, the next- a terror filled, spiral out of control. it’s funny how life is like that. 


when will we learn to remember?

when will we learn, that we were never the ones in control?

we will, when we learn to look again. 


Peter confidently cries out to Jesus to call him out on the water. At this point, the storm and the depth of the sea were inconsequential, they were nothing compared to the glory of looking Jesus in the face. He was on a faith high, ready to face anything, until the wind and the waves, they beckoned, picking up speed and dragging his attention away from the gaze of Jesus and onto the danger. He begins to sink.

Did you catch that? When we focus on the circumstance, we sink. When we look at the storm instead of Jesus, we sink. When we look anywhere but Jesus, you guessed it- we sink. 

It only takes a split second, but it has dire consequences. 

Praise Jesus, we aren’t doomed to our sinking. Praise Jesus, we aren’t doomed to our circumstance or our sadness or even our unraveling. For, even though we are a fickle people and we look away- we can look again, and the minute we do, that storm doesn’t seem so intense any more.  It’s about focus, it's about perspective. It's about our gaze.  


Where are you looking to? Your circumstance, or your Savior? 

Where are you looking to? Look again. 

we always think that God’s presence is provided to fix our problems, but what if God’s presence is meant to fix our perspective so we see our problems differently.
— Steven Furtick