Walk Of Faith

Walk Of Faith
2Corinthians 5:8
For we walk by faith, not by sight….. and whether we are at home or away we make it our goal to please God.
The walk of faith is for everyone who has believed in our Lord Jesus Christ, notice the scripture say we do not walk by sight but by faith. I believe it means we do not rely on our senses and our sorroundings but we have great confidence in the Lord that he will lead us our we will trust him no matter what it looks like.

The fact that the bible says walk not by sight it shows that it is possible for one to walk by what society or the environment dictates. It is easy to be discouraged when we look at what is going on around us,.Walking by faith may be challenging for many of us for it is stepping out even when you don’t see a way out.

Walking by Faith requires people who trust their God and people who know the love of God, his mercies and his faithfulness. Apostle Paul writes “we were pressed beyond measure we dispaired even of life “thats the walk of faith for you it sometimes gets so hard that quitting seems to be the only way out, but should we quit because things are not looking good? God forbid that we quit we should press on trusting that the Lord will see us through later in the verse Paul says this was done so that we rely not on ourselves but trust him that his love and mercies and not walk by sight.

A relationship with God will lead to trust and Faith. We ought to desire to walk by faith to not believe what people say but rather know that God whom you trust will see you through in Jesus name Amen.

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