We tried to row and move along.
The winds were harsh and waves were strong.
With raging storms and waters high,
We could not move for fear to die.
You just had shown your mighty pow’r,
In feeding crowds that previous hour.
You stayed behind, now all alone
We longed for you to guide us home.
Then suddenly you did appear.
You walked on what had caused our fear.
Your feet stood strong on our threat,
Told water not to pass our head.
Told wind and waves to calm right down.
Kept us secure, not let us drown.
Kept all that roared under your feet.
The enemy you crushed and beat.
In our boats, we take our pride.
Thinking how you need a ride.
In foolishness, we think we’re strong.
In kindness, you show how we’re wrong.