In order for us to stay on track and keep our focus on God’s Bigger Plan, we need to see God for who He is. Seeing God stimulates a reaction of worship, for what else could a person do?
The disciples witnessed Jesus walking on the water. Peter steps out of the boat and walks on the water towards Jesus. He lost his focus for a second and started to sink, but Jesus reached out and saved him. The bible says that after this the disciples started to worship Jesus. The worship of anything other than God was not permitted, but at this moment their eyes were opened to Christ’s true identity, they saw that He was the true Son of God.
Revelation leads to worship, and worship results in devotion. As we pursue God’s bigger plan, let us focus on seeing Him for who He is, and worship Him with all of our hearts.
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