Mathew 14:28,29 "Lord, if it's you, Peter replied, tell me to come to You on the water. Come, He said, then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus"
Anybody feel like they're living life "out on a limb"? Taking risks? Living on the edge? That's great news. Why? Out on the limb is where the fruit is!
In Mathew 14, the disciples were in a boat in the middle of a huge storm way off shore, and Jesus came toward them walking on the water. The first thing He said to them was "Don't be afraid, I'm here". Peter took one look at Jesus and said, "If that's really You, tell me to come". Did you know that there was really very little difference between being in the boat and getting out of the boat? A storm is a storm, no matter where you are. But to get to Jesus or to get to the supernatural, Peter had to make a decision to do something different than what everybody else was doing.
Jesus said, "Come!" Peter stepped out of the boat and walked on water! In verse 30 it says that Peter took a look around and "began to sink". Technically speaking, he should have sunk as soon as he stepped on water. But not Peter. He was doing the miraculous, walking on the water, and only "began" to sink when he focused on the surrounding circumstances.
If you "stay in the boat", you're never going to see the miracle of walking on the water. To see the supernatural you'll have to sometimes, well…no…most of the time, take a risk. Jesus said in Ephesians 3:30, "according to the power that works in us" . God wants us to participate in our own miracle. Come on, get out on the limb, walk in the supernatural, get out where the fruit is!!