He Who Walked On Water

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August 15, 2021 | The Very Rev. Paul Donison

Passage: Matthew 14:22-33

    What does walking on water mean for us today? Fr. Paul examines how this historical event proclaims the truth of the Gospel. Demonstrating His dominion over chaos, Jesus calls for us to follow Him onto the roiling surface. Whether we walk or wobble, He is there with us.

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