Walking on water.

Walking on water. When the Christians’ King walked on water, He set an example that Peter quickly followed. As soon as Peter thought about what he was doing, he began to sink.

The lesson is clear: when faith is diluted with rational thought, it is lessened so much that it no longer bears us up.

“Stepping out on faith” has long been a Protestant, Evangelical, born-again description of how to get ahead. If we do not “step out on faith”, we cannot get ahead.

Faith in ourselves can move us forward in many ways. Stepping out on our faith in God brings even greater rewards.

We don’t need to walk on actual water to step out on faith. We just have to try something that is both new and good.