Quieting the Wind

In the fourteenth chapter of Matthew we read, "And when he [Jesus] had sent the multitudes away, he went up into a mountain apart to pray." The Master had just fed the multitudes with the loaves and fishes; and may we not believe that after he had made this demonstration he went into the mountain to refresh his thought in order that he might still further demonstrate the truth of being? For when we read a little farther on, we find that he walked on the sea!

The disciples were in a ship on a storm-tossed sea. Do not we also sometimes find ourselves on a troubled sea, with the wind contrary, and error shrieking, screaming, for recognition? But even in the midst of our troubles we can hear Christ, Truth, saying, "Be not afraid."

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