Saturday, 17 March 2012

drama of life

 “He came to them, walking on the sea.” – Mark 6:48

We are all many a times in grave situations from where we need to be rescued. These situations need not necessarily be catastrophic or accidents of the outer world where we need emergency help for or survival. Many a times accidents of hurt, loneliness and discouragement trap us from where we find no way out. There seems to be at such times no solace for our grieving hearts.
Just as rescue operations arrive to help the seriously injured in the earthly sense, there is a great rescue operation that hears our cries of grief and brings Him by our side. Again the situation may remain as it is but we are lifted in faith and silence and stillness of our heart. He hears even the faintest cry of our heart. However there is an important role we have to play in this gigantic drama of life. We have to maintain a pin drop silence were there should be no noise of retaliation or anger or frustration. We are though permitted to wash away such noisy emotions with the spray of tears rushing out of our eyes. He is sure to come to our rescue but only such silence will allow us to hear His  footsteps. No hidden corner will be too deep for Him. He will reach the deepest wounded corner in our heart.
He came to them, walking on the sea. – Mark 6:48

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