Jesus has gone before you

“And go quickly and tell His disciples that He is risen from the dead, indeed He is going before you into Galilee; there you will see Him…. Then Jesus said to them, do not be afraid. Go and tell my brethren to go to Galilee, and there they will see Me.” Matthew 28:7 and 10.

In this chapter we see the angel and then Jesus himself telling the women (Mary Magdalene one of them) to go and tell His disciples to go to Galilee and there they will meet with Jesus.

We may recall that even in the sea of Galilee, Jesus sent His disciples ahead of Him, to go to the other side, and there in that sea they were caught in the storm and Jesus calmed the storm, and the disciples worshiped Jesus.

If today Jesus is telling us to go to the other side or if He is telling us to go to Galilee, we must, because He has already gone ahead of us and has prepared the way for us to meet Him there. If we are caught in the storm, just know that Jesus will calm the storm and we will experience His power and worship Him there.

Let us not worry about the unknown, if Jesus told us to go on the other side, let us go to the other side for we will indeed be on the other side, and we will meet our Lord there. If He has told us to go to Galilee, let us go to Galilee, for Jesus has gone before us and we will meet Him there.

Be of good cheer dear reader, our Lord has promised and He will keep His promise and we will praise Him.

Dear Lord, we don’t know what is on the other side, but if you have told us to go on the other side, we will go, for you will meet us there. And if we face the storms in the middle, you will come its midst and calm the storms and take us safely on the other side. Help us to trust in You alone and not hear any other misleading voices. To You alone O Lord be all glory and honour, now and forever. In Jesus Name I pray. Amen!

Author: rtrobinthomas

A believer and follower of Jesus Christ.

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