Preaching on Matthew 14:22-33, Anthony Carter reminds the congregation that there are no extraordinary men and women of God, there are only those who determine to believe the word of God. Praise God that, “we might lose sight of Jesus, but Jesus never loses sight of us.” Used by permission of The Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Here’s a few quotes from the Sermon:

“We might lose sight of Jesus, but Jesus never loses sight of us.”

“A lot of racism and race conversations we are having today are rooted in ungodly fear.”

“Our faith does not satisfy the wrath of God on our behalf, Jesus satisfies the wrath of God.”

“Jesus saves those of little faith and those of great faith.”

“The good news is that though the amount of our faith may change, the one in whom our faith is placed—Jesus— does not change.”

“The climax of the story is not that Peter walked on water, but that Jesus saved him.”

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