When asked about her husbands exercise program, she said, "he runs his mouth, pushes his luck, and jumps to conclusions."
Our walk represents our way of life. In certain scriptures we read of people that walked with God. Enoch in Genesis 5:24 and Noah in Genesis 6:9 are both said to have walked with God. While it may be said of both men that they walked upon the earth, their way was not in keeping with the ways of the world. Of Enoch it is said, "...he was pleasing to God" (Hebrews 11:6) and of Noah it is said, "all that God had commanded him, so he did" (Genesis 6:22). Certainly we find Enoch and Noah to be good examples of men who made good choices about life even though many in the world around them failed to do so. The old testament prophet Amos once asked, "Do two men walk together except they be agreed" (Amos 3:3)? Two cannot walk together unless they make an appointment, determine the way they will go, and walk at the same pace. The Father in heaven invites us to come alone and walk with Him.
The new testament book of Ephesians mentions walking in good works, walking in a manner worthy of the Christian calling, walking in love, walking as children of light, and walking as wise men (Ephesians 2:10; 4:1; 5:2,8,15). All of these phrases are suggestive of something important in the Christian life. What will your manner of life, your walk, be like day by day? When we lay our heads down at night may we be able to reflect and say it has been good to walk with God.
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