Apostle Peter was the only man to walk on water besides the Lord Jesus. “Take courage! It is I. Don’t be afraid. “Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” “Come,” He said.
Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came towards Jesus. Matthew 14:27-29 NKJV Peter dared to believe in the word of Jesus. On that occasion, the disciples had thought they were seeing a ghost but when Jesus said: “Take courage! It is I,” immediately Peter responded: “Tell me to come to you on the water.” When Jesus said, “Come”, Peter was bold enough to obey that word, and that is why he was rewarded by being the only man to experience such an adventure.
Though later he sank, because of his doubt, we cannot deny that he walked on water. If you want to walk on water, whether it is a problem, fear, insecurity or complex, you have to adopt an attitude towards it. Remember that there were 12 disciples on the boat but only one had what it took to be rewarded. For this reason we encourage people to follow their chain of prayer, fast, to come to Sunday morning service, participate in campaigns that will help them to manifest faith in order to see the power of God. This is what attitude is all about. Our Lord is a just God, and He is more than willing to change the lives of those who are ready to put into practice what they believe! If a person does not put his faith into action, passive faith cannot help or even save him. “As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead.” James 2:26
God is a great God. Make no mistake, whoever puts faith into action will deserve to be rewarded by God. Dear reader, if you have not been rewarded in any way it is time to awaken your faith with attitudes that will call God’s attention to your plea.
I bless you all in the Name of Jesus.