Or take ships as an example.
Although they are so large and are driven
by strong winds, they are steered by a very small rudder
wherever the pilot wants to go. -James 3:4
The Ship’s Anchor snapped,
and he had nothing to tie him
to the earth anymore.
The Sail and the Oar
both had their days
but he would have lost his way
if not for the Rudder.
He was thrown by storms,
and many nights were rife with uncertainty
but did not stray from his course.
Only because of the Rudder.
The Rudder, which steered him straight,
prevented him from going
where his boughs would be dashed against rocks.
The conscience of his consciousness
in a seeming endless stormy sea,
the Rudder was his Savior.