Jesus Calms the Storm

Jesus Calms the Storm it is mentioned in the chapter of Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, and Luke 8:22-25.

Jesus spent his some time near by the river, lake and sea shore because of beauty and calm place. So, that this place will be calm to share the word of God. And because of its all age group people gathered around Jesus to listen and get benefit from him without taking rest Jesus and his disciples spread the word of God. All the people were very much interested to listened Jesus. Jesus had been healing and preaching all the day. So that each and every person those who heard will be getting a good moral valuable lesson to follow in day to days life from Jesus Calms the Storm story.  
Jesus and his disciples spent time sharing the gospel work and they were very tired and in need to take rest so, Jesus fell asleep. After sometime the furious wind started to blow sail on the water. Dark clouds blew across the sky and boat rolled from side to side. Lightning flashed, sails were filled the wind. The storm was very furious. Peter, John, James and Andrew spent their lives fishing took courage and tried to save themselves because they were very professionals for this situation. After a lot of their struggle they remembered Jesus. Master sees what is happening here. “Lord save us! We perish, they said,” Disciples were very much afraid and thought that they are going to die now. Lake  of Galilee was a very big and frequently storm on it.

Jesus stood and raises his hand and said, “Peace be still to the water and the wind.” Then everything was all right. And it happened only because Jesus had God’s confidence and preserve their lives from the trouble. 

So dear believers it happens in our life we will have many problem's first will try to solved when it is not possible for us then will ask help from our friends then also if it is not solved then finally and last will be asking help from God.

But here we must give first priority to God because everything is possible for him.

Jesus Calms the Storm it is accounted in -  Matthew 8:23-27, Mark 4:35-41, and Luke 8:22-25.
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