I do not personally know the Mullett Family, but I was so blessed by this new video on trust that I thought to share it here on Praise2worship. God has brought them through so much, and though their videos are ultra-simple, the depth of their heart and message will really touch you. If you are like me and are working on some trust issues this is thirteen-minutes of your time well worth investing!
When we have put our trust in ourselves or others we will always be afraid, because we remember that in the past we have failed. But when we truly trust in Jesus Christ we will be courageous because we know that He can never fail!
On that day, when evening had come, he said to them, “Let us go across to the other side.” Mark 4:35
Once a year my wife and I pack our bags and prepare for vacation. In the weeks leading up to our trip we buy a few things, get our suitcases out and make arrangements for everything we can think of. Our excitement builds as we imagine weeks of unfettered schedules and new experiences. Jesus is inviting each of us to prepare, and to be ready for new things. But His challenge contains a phrase we may have missed, Jesus said “Let’s!” That single word makes all the difference in our lives when we launch out to points unknown.
The “Let’s,” invitation of Jesus reminds me of a song we used to sing in Portuguese at our Brazilian church called, “Meu Barquinho,”. That title means “My Little Boat”, and my favorite part of the lyrics say, “Sail away with faith in Jesus, because this is the way we will see what beautiful things He will do, because with Him we will be secure.”
So, if your horizon seems forbidding and your boat seems so very small, remember that in your little boat travels the King of kings and the Captain of all ships. No matter the distance we have to travel or what storms we have to face, Jesus say’s “Let’s go!” because He plans to travel with us! Our Lord will never abandon our little boat and with Him we will be secure, and He will show us what beautiful things He can do!