Jesus Walks on Water, John 6:16-21. VERSES 16-17: When evening came, his disciples went down to the sea, got into a boat, and started across the sea to Capernaum. It was now dark, and Jesus had not yet come to them. Capernaum is a few miles to the north of Tiberias, on the northwestern tip of the Sea of Galilee Sunday, January 10, 2021: Jesus Walks on Water Commentary (The UGP Curriculum) (see John 6:1-14). Knowing that the people wanted to force Him to become their king, Jesus returned to that mountain side to be alone. Even though Jesus was at home among people, sometimes He wanted to be alone, to teach us t [n this chapter we have, I. The miracle of the loaves (v. 1-14). II. Christ's walking upon the water (v. 15-21). III. The people's flocking after him.
Bible Commentary about Jesus Walking on Water When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus approaching the boat, walking on the water; and they were frightened. ~ John 6:19. The power Christ has over the laws and customs of nature, to control and dispense with them at his pleasure Jesus Walks on Water (Matthew 14:23-33; Mark 6:46-52; John 6:16-21) Submitted by admin on Fri, 2008-02-15 12:23. Late at night Jesus finished praying and looked down on the Sea of Galilee. A considerable distance from the shore, he saw the boat in which the disciples were. With a strong, unfavorable wind creating a rough sea, the boat made. But it was the miracle of Jesus walking on the water that, more than any other, convinced Jesus' disciples that He was indeed the Son of God (Matthew 14:32-33). The story unfolds at the Sea of Galilee , which lies in the lower portion of the Jordan Valley in a mountain range that rises to 4,000 feet above sea level The miraculous feat of Jesus walking on the water, written in three of the Gospels, came right after His wondrous feeding of the 5,000 with only five loaves of bread and two fish (Matthew 14:17). But it was the revelation of Jesus walking on the water that, more than any other, convinced Jesus' disciples that He was surely the Son of God He walked on the water. For the narrator was chiefly interested in his walking there (contrast ver. 28). To go to Jesus; rather, and came to Jesus (Westcott and Hort; cf. margin of Revised Version). The true text states what did, in fact, happen, notwithstanding Peter's lack of faith (cf. ver. 31)
. As they did then, they do once again. They try to find the resources within themselves to resolve the problem--but without success. Once again, they learn tha daily mass, gospel and commentary: jesus walks on the water (mt 14:22-36). GOSPEL OF MONDAY, 18TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME (Mt 14:22-36) Jesus made the disciples get into a boat and precede him to the other side of the sea, while he dismissed the crowds Jesus organizes the people into groups and gives them food, just as Moses did in the wilderness. This is the main point of the lengthy discussion between Jesus and the people in John 6. The churning waters of the storm are an allusion to the chaos of the sea in the Exodus. Jesus walks on the water as if it is dry land and leads his disciples.
As noted earlier, Matthew and Mark record that Jesus was coming to the disciples as He was walking on the water (see Mark 6:48; Matthew 14:25). This should remind us that no matter what condition we may find ourselves in, Jesus can find us and come to us Jesus Walks on Water - John 6:14-21. See also Matthew 14:22-33 and Mark 6:45-52. Jesus had just fed five thousand men, plus women and children. This was a huge crowd of people, and it had been a long day. As evening approached, Jesus made his disciples get into the boat without him, and he sent them to the other side of the Sea of Galilee Mark 6:45-52. The heart of Christ's miracle of walking on the water (Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21) is that of Jesus' direct control over natural law.His paradoxical action against the known laws of gravity and of the properties of liquid water did not change, suspend, or cancel these universal laws themselves; instead, it was the exercise of a stronger power
47 Late that night, the disciples were in their boat in the middle of the lake, and Jesus was alone on land. 48 He saw that they were in serious trouble, rowing hard and struggling against the wind and waves. About three o'clock in the morning Jesus came toward them, walking on the water. He intended to go past them, 49 but when they saw him. We learn, in the second place, from this miracle, what power Jesus can bestow on them that believe on Him. We see Simon Peter coming down out of the ship, and walking on the water, like His Lord. What a wonderful proof was this of our Lord's divinity! To walk on the sea Himself was a mighty miracle COME TO ME ON THE WATER _____ Matthew 14:22-33 Yves I-Bing Cheng, M.D., M.A. www.meetingwithchrist.com . T he story about Jesus and Peter walking on the water is a vivid lesson about the role of faith in being a disciple of Christ. This very unusual incident is spoken of in three gospels . And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. (v. 29) I hear people say that Peter failed to walk on the water, but that is not the way my Bible reads. My Bible says that Peter walked on the water to go to Jesus. This is not failure
Jesus Walks on Water. [Jesus] got into the boat with [the disciples], and the wind ceased. And they were utterly astounded, for they did not understand about the loaves, but their hearts were hardened (vv. 51-52). - Mark 6:47-52. Much is often made of the differences between John's gospel and the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark. Only God controlled the seas, and therefore only God could have walked on water in the biblical view of the world. In Job 9:8, the LXX reads that God walks upon the sea as upon dry ground.. An allusion to that text would thus align Jesus with God (see also Job 38:16; Ps. 77:19-20). and would have passed by them: This line has puzzled. Jesus walking on the water, or on the sea, is depicted as one of the miracles of Jesus recounted in the New Testament.There are accounts of this event in three Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and John—but it is not included in the Gospel of Luke.This story, following the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand, tells how Jesus sent the disciples by ship back to the other side of the Sea of.
Commentaries. Jesus walks on the water - Mark 6:45-52. Jesus walks on the water. 45 Immediately he made his disciples get into the boat and go on ahead to the other side, to Bethsaida, while he dismissed the crowd. 46 After saying farewell to them, he went up on the mountain to pray The Miracles of Jesus Christ: Walking on the Water (Part One) Matthew 14:22-33. The heart of Christ's miracle of walking on the water ( Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21) is that of Jesus' direct control over natural law. His paradoxical action against the known laws of gravity and of the properties of liquid water did not change. THE TWELVE TRY TO ROW BACK. JESUS WALKS UPON THE WATER. a MATT. 14:22-36; b MARK 6:45-56; d JOHN 6:15-21. d 15 Jesus therefore perceiving that they were about to come and take him by force, to make him king, withdrew again into the mountain himself alone. [Jesus had descended to the plain to feed the multitude, but, perceiving this mistaken. For 66 verses, John chapter 6 unpacks the feeding of the 5,000: its implications and its fallout. But there are only five verses devoted to Jesus walking on water. There is no commentary on them, no explanation. It just happens
Jesus Walks on Water. [Jesus] got into the boat with [the disciples], and the wind ceased. And they were utterly astounded, for they did not understand about the loaves, but their hearts were hardened (vv. 51-52). - Mark 6:47-52. Much is often made of the differences between John's gospel and the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark. Matthew 14:22-33 Commentary by Marilyn Salmon. The story of Jesus walking on water is so well-known that it generates art and humor in the wider culture. The expression walks on water identifies a person with extraordinary talents or abilities. A cartoon shows two men on the shore watching Jesus walk across the water, and one says to the. This post on Jesus and Peter walking on the water explores the the Lord's command to fear not or do not be afraid. It contrasts fear amidst trials and mature faith. It is a reflection upon the readings for the nineteenth (19th) Sunday in Ordinary Time, liturgical cycle A (1 Kings 19:9, 11-13, Psalm 85, Romans 9:1-5; Matthew 14:22.
This post will consider 4 specific lessons we can learn from when he walked on water with Jesus in Matthew 14:25-31. Lesson 1. Peter had great faith. Peter wanted to take the risk. He wanted to walk on the water - it was his idea ( Matt. 14:28 ). He stepped out in faith when Jesus told him to, even though it didn't make sense to his natural. John is telling the short and amazing incident of Jesus' walking on the water to clarify or underline something in the story about the loaves and fish. For the Disciples—And for Us. Here's a clue what that might be. So far as we know, the people that Jesus walked away from in verse 15 and some of whom he will now spend of the rest of this. 6. Peter was NOT overwhelmed. Jesus took his hand and they got back in the boat. With Jesus in the boat, all was again calm. 7. Walk on the water. You can walk through life without being overwhelmed by the storms of life. The Man Who Walks on Water Just as Peter on the lake, I set out on a quest My boat is drifting out to sea, God puts me to.
When evening came, he was there alone. 14:24 Meanwhile the boat, already far from land, was taking a beating from the waves because the wind was against it. 14:25 As the night was ending, Jesus came to them walking on the sea. 14:26 When the disciples saw him walking on the water they were terrified and said, It's a ghost! and cried out. Jesus Walks on Water. This is one of the Bible's best-loved stories, and it's not hard to see why. It's easy for us to visualize the disciples struggling to get their small ship across the stormy Sea of Galilee, and their astonishment when Jesus comes to them, strolling atop the waves as if the water was a Roman road
Jesus Walks on Water Children's Sermon on Matthew 14:22-33 Children's Message: Jesus Keeps us Afloat! Jesus and Peter Walk on Water Main Objective: Walking on water is a physical impossibility, as well we know. Of course, Jesus is master of the impossible, and the story of His encounter with the disciples on the lake is an exciting story Jesus Commands Us to Walk on Water. Jesus commands us to walk on water. You see, Peter understood that this one coming to him was Jesus Christ. Jesus was easily recognized by his voice, as we see in John 20 when he called Mary Magdalene by name. Immediately, she recognized him and said, Rabboni! His sheep know his voice Jesus Walks on Water Written Sermon John 6:16-21. If you are a pastor or lay person who wants to use this to preach in church - that is why I posted it. I don't care about credit, I only care that God's word is preached and Christ is glorified. I pray He uses this sermon in a mighty way through you. You have my permission to alter it and. 9 THINGS WE LEARN ABOUT GOING THROUGH STORMS FROM MATTHEW 14:22-33. The story of Jesus coming to his disciples walking on water comes on the heels of him feeding over 5000 people with 2 fish and five loaves of bread. The disciples, along with many other people, to this point in the life of Jesus have seen Jesus do many great miracles
Jesus Walks on Water Bible Background. The Sea of Galilee is known for its sudden, violent storms. The surface of the Sea of Galilee is 680 feet below sea level, surrounded by steep cliffs and hills. The air over this body of water, heated by the sun, rises. As it rises, the cool air rushes down the hills and across the water with great force. Jesus' disciples obviously didn't have perfect love yet, in today's gospel, because they were afraid when they saw Jesus walking on the water in the middle of the night. But, when they saw him walking on the sea, they thought it was a ghost and cried out. They had all seen him and were terrified Jesus Walks on Water Children's Sermon on Matthew 14:22-33. Main Objective: Walking on water is a physical impossibility, as well we know.Of course, Jesus is master of the impossible, and the story of His encounter with the disciples on the lake is an exciting story
Matthew records the boat was being tossed by the waves - Mt 14:24 2. Jesus came to them, walking on the sea - Mk 6:48 a. About the fourth watch of the night (3:00 to 6:00 am) b. He would have passed them by had they not called out 3. The disciples saw Him, thought it was a ghost, and cried out - Mk 6:49 a Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Mark 6:45-52 EXEGESIS: MARK 6:45-52. OVERVIEW This story is also found in Matthew 14:22-33 and John 6:15-21. In Matthew's account, Peter steps out of the boat in an attempt to walk on the water to Jesus. In John's account, Jesus withdrew from the crowd because h
How to walk on water. Matthew 14:28-29 NIV Lord, if it's you, Peter replied, tell me to come to you on the water. (29) Come, he said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus. What an amazing statement Peter makes here! Who would have even thought of walking to Jesus on the water More than 30 free, e-mail-delivered, in-depth Internet Bible studies to designed to build Christian disciples. Topics include: Old & New Testament -- Abraham, Gideon, Jesus. Bible study of Gospel of Luke, Ephesians, Philippians, James, Revelation. Topics -- the Church, the Sermon on the Mount, Christ's atonement
. 16 When evening came, his disciples went down to the lake, 17 where they got into a boat and set off across the lake for Capernaum. By now it was dark, and Jesus had not yet joined them. 18 A strong wind was blowing and the waters grew rough. 19 When they had rowed about three or four miles,  they saw Jesus approaching the boat, walking on the water; and they. Jesus Walks on Water puzzle - 500 pcs. What a fun way to learn Scripture! These four new puzzles come with Bible verses and scenes straight from the Word, designed to inspire, encourage, and teach. The perfectly fitting pieces and high-quality design of these Bible puzzles also help children develop fine motor skills and logical thinking
26 And when the disciples saw him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying, It is a spirit; and they cried out for fear. 27 But straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid. 28 And Peter answered him and said, Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water. 29 And he said, Come Like Jesus' disciples, we can find comfort in knowing that the one who treads upon the volatile sea can subdue whatever chaos threatens to overwhelm us. Quickbits The three accounts of Jesus walking on water are found in John 6:16-21, Matthew 14:22-33 and Mark 6:45-52—the Gospels authored by Jewish writers Jesus Walks on Water. Not only could Jesus heal the sick and resurrect the dead but he could also control the wind and the rain. After praying on a mountain, Jesus looked down at the Sea of Galilee and saw a storm. His apostles were in their boat, struggling to row against the wind. Jesus came down and began to walk on the water toward their boat
4. (47-52) Jesus walks on the water. Now when evening came, the boat was in the middle of the sea; and He was alone on the land. Then He saw them straining at rowing, for the wind was against them. Now about the fourth watch of the night He came to them, walking on the sea, and would have passed them by PETER - WALKING ON WATER. MATTHEW 14.22-33. I once read on a church notice board the following: Sunday AM Jesus walks on water. PM Searching for Jesus. Somehow it seemed no one in that church had foreseen the confusing message their notice board was going to tell that day What they saw was Jesus walking on the water. Although the Savior announced that it was he, that they need not fear, some on the ship were skeptical. Peter challenged, If it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water. And Jesus responded, Come. (Matt. 14:28-29.) Peter left the boat and, like Jesus, walked on the water . There is to our modern ears an odd turn of phrase that takes place about midway through the gospel. It says: About the fourth watch of the night, [Jesus] came toward them,. Jesus Walks on Water (Matthew 14:23-33; Mark 6:46-52; John 6:16-21) Late at night Jesus finished praying and looked down on the Sea of Galilee. A considerable distance from the shore, he saw the boat in which the disciples were. With a strong, unfavorable wind creating a rough sea, the boat made little progress
The water seemed solid beneath His feet, and He did not sink. He came to them, walking on the sea; and He intended to pass by them (Mark 6:48). The disciples assumed that the eerie water-walker must be the phantasm of a disembodied spirit, and they cried out in terror, It is a ghost! (Matthew 14:26). The scene foreshadowed the future This showed Peter that Jesus was faithful: If Jesus said come, Jesus would enable him to walk on the water to come to him. The first lesson in this story is to trust the Lord when he gives us a command, even if it seems as frightening as walking on turbulent water. Peter had the courage to step out of the boat because he trusted Jesus
a. Jesus alone on the water (25-26) Mark says Jesus was intending to pass them by. Picture it: The disciples are exhausted, they've been rowing for hours against the wind and are probably going nowhere and here comes Jesus, making good time. The disciples think it is a ghost Bridgeway Bible Commentary. 66. Jesus walks on the sea (Matthew 14:22-36; Mark 6:45-56; John 6:15-21) On seeing Jesus' miracle with the bread and fish, many wanted to make him king immediately. This no doubt would have pleased many of Jesus' followers, but for him it presented a possible temptation
Commentary on Matthew 14:22-33. There is an old hymn that testifies, Jesus calls us o'er the tumult of our life's wild, restless sea.. In the Gospel reading this week, Jesus indeed calls to his disciples in the midst of the wild and restless sea 1, but he is not beckoning them away from the storm. Instead, his voice calls them into. . Regardless, the OT background of passages where God appears to men figures centrally into the meaning of Mark's account of Jesus' nocturnal sea-stroll
ANSWER: In three of the gospels, we find a record of the time Jesus walks on water. Matthew 14:25 says, During the fourth watch of the night Jesus went out to them, walking on the lake. Mark 6:48 says, He saw the disciples straining at the oars, because the wind was against them. About the fourth watch of the night he went out to them. Mark 6:48 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Mark 6:48, NIV: He saw the disciples straining at the oars, because the wind was against them.Shortly before dawn he went out to them, walking on the lake. He was about to pass by them, Mark 6:48, ESV: And he saw that they were making headway painfully, for the wind was against them.And about the fourth watch of the night he came to them. This is the fifth of seven miracles used in John's gospel to support the claim that Jesus is, in fact, God. Matthew and Mark provide more details about this incident in their respective Gospels (Mark 6:45-52; Matthew 14:22-30). Among these elements is the fact that Peter attempted to walk out on the water towards Jesus, and briefly succeeded - Jesus walked on water - He didn't float on water (but that's the closest thing we can emulate) Teacher Notes: Jesus walks on water - Matthew 14:22-33, Mark 6:45-52, John 6:16-21. Sea of Galilee; Matthew 14:22 is the only account that talks about Peter walking on the water; This happens Immediately after the feeding of the 5,000