After the chaos of the last 18 months, as restrictions ease, it might leave you thinking…'What now?’
The men in Luke Chapter 5 had to persevere despite chaos, too. Carrying their paralysed friend to see Jesus, they realised that there was no way they could get through the crowd. But instead of giving up, they decided to lower their friend through the CEILING before Jesus’ feet. They just KNEW that Jesus was the only one who could help them…
Sometimes, when the world feels out of control, all we can do is step out in faith and do whatever it takes to ‘Make room for Jesus.’
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