Daily Devotions

Mighty Ships

The mighty ship that crosses oceans with great loads of valuable cargo was not meant to be tied up to the dock while the waves tossed and the wind Shiphowled out at sea. The ship was designed and built to ply the seas and its time in harbor at dock was meant to be for resupplying so that it could get back out upon the seas it was built for. The reason for a big harbor isn’t so that more ships may get into it and reside there, it is so that more ships may be supplied and equipped more efficiently to get back out on the seas as quickly as possible. And then once out at sea the bow must push its way through the resisting waves and currents to get to its point of delivery. We are built, like the great ships, to handle resistance and cut through resistance. Progress and profit only come from the ships that ply the seas.
(This is the eighth excerpt from Marty’s article “The Governor’s Power” taken from Marty & Kathy’s ministry magazine, SEEC Magazine Volume 17 Issue 5. More excerpts will be posted on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The article in its entirety may be read at this link: https://martygabler.com/articles/)

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Marty & Kathy’s articles * SEEC Magazine * April/May 2014
Click on this link to read articles: https://martygabler.com/magazine/

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Listen to Worship_Soaking Music * Melissa Gabler and the Grace Worship Band 4-13-14
*Sound is best enjoyed with ear buds or headphones.*
http://martygabler.podomatic.com/entry/2014-04-13T21_03_46-07_00

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