THROUGH THE BIBLE IN THREE YEARS
A Bill and his Sue were visiting with Tom and Jane.
Jane stated she and Tom had been to marriage counseling.
Sue said, “Oh, we’ll never need that!
Bill graduated college in business communication, and I graduated in fine arts.
When he talks, I ACT LIKE I’m listening!”
As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:
Paul says having “received Christ Jesus,” we should “walk” in Him.
Walking implies ACTION!
We are not to hide our Christianity “under a bushel;” (Matt. 5:15).
We are to put our faith into ACTION in our daily lives!
Walking also implies PROGRESS!
Sanctification includes growing to be more like Christ (2Pet. 3:18).
Walking also implies CONTINUING!
Saying we are going to walk a mile does not mean to stop at 200 feet!
For, in Christ, we “live, and move, and have our being!” (Acts 17:28)
The term Paul uses above, “walk in Him,” includes a present perfect verb use.
It means now, and ALWAYS!
How’s your “walk in Him?”