Keep Your Eyes on Jesus

Tonight I got to encourage Westchester Chapel to keep their eyes on Jesus -- not on the storm or fear around them -- as I illustrated Matthew 14: 22-33 with a video reenactment of Peter walking on the water. 

The video was shot in Israel in 2011 while on the Sea of Galilee. You can see it below.

I also sang Rich Mullins' song I See You and played a music video Sanctify My Life from the short film A Matter of Perspective. You can see the music video below.

Pictured below is the family farm to which Rich refers; he also refers to his one-man play about 911 called 5 Bells for 911.

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If you want to know more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.

Songs used under the terms of CCLI #352386.  Music video created by Light Symphony, written and performed by Ron and Kelly. Used by permission.

"I See You" written by Richard Mullins. © Copyright 1991 by Capital Christian Music Group.


"Sanctify My Life" was written for the short film "A Matter of Perspective," for which Rich won Best Actor in a Short Film at the International Christian Film Festival.

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