Walking Faithfully With God

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Whatever it is that you do, do it well. Do it with all of your heart. Do it in a way that would please the Lord.

Ultimately, living a life pleasing to God should be the goal of a Christian. In Micah 6:8, God tells us how to do just that. He tells us to be just, merciful, and to walk in humility with Him.

When we do these things, are living a life pleasing to God! This means, in our home, at school, on the job, or wherever we go, we should live life honorably. Trouble is, we often make living “this kind of life” complicated.

Partly, because of our own ideas, wants, and desires. Mostly, because we find ourselves following the guidelines and expectations of those around us. Don’t beat yourself up, though. It happens to all believers, from time to time.

Thankfully, as believers, we have access to the Holy Spirit and relationship with Christ to get us back on track. We also have a source where we can find all the answers on how to live a godly life. It is called the Bible.

“It teaches us to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age.”

Titus 2:12

In closing, the best way to be faithful to walking with God is to ask Him to lead the way. May we all get better at this, each day. By God’s grace, we will.

Have a blessed Monday,

K

Published by K. Laremore

The author of the blog is Dr. K. E. Laremore. She is a Christian, an educator, and she has a background in social services. She participates in bible study and women's ministry.

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