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Walk by Faith

March 7, 2014

Walking by faith – what does that actually mean? No matter how much reason is applied to the Bible and the decision to follow this man named Jesus, there is a measure of doubt and faith involved. After all, I cannot physically see Jesus and question Him. I cannot question God directly about some of the atrocities in the Old Testament. No matter how much logic and reason, at some point you have to choose to step out and follow Jesus in faith that He is the Messiah, or walk away in faith, or reasoning, that Jesus is not the Messiah.

Walking in faith does not mean you have no doubt, but it means that despite the doubt you will follow Jesus. You have reached a point where you are comfortable enough with a reasonable degree of proofs that you are willing to walk in faith after Jesus. Which will you do today? While you think about that question, listen to Jeremy Camp sing Walk by Faith.

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