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Our Power Source

Our Power Source


    In Micah 6:8 it states, “He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?” The people of Israel were trying to buy off God through their sacrifices so they could continue to live in their sins.  But, Micah showed that God wanted them to do, which was, to walk humbly with Him.  How can we walk with God?
    Well, we know that our moral goodness cannot save us without the blood of Christ and outward acts of worship are hypocritical if they are not invested with the power of a virtuous life.  It is terrible to think that people have been duped into believing they can live any life they want to for six days and then go through the motions of worship on Sunday, and believe they are O.K.
    We are to daily walk with God.  You should not forget that you have an unlimited resource by your side . . . God!  If you will have the sense and assurance to know this, then you can also know that we are fully equipped to do whatever God calls us to do, which is being justly and having loving mercy for man.  But first, we must walk with God.  You must see yourself as an ant standing next to an elephant because when Christians do not realize that God is next to us, we fail in our lives and in our difficulties.  Let us think of the great men and women of the Gospel.  Look at the greatness of Moses, David and Esther and see if they relied upon God’s power and His presence.  You know they did and we too should daily walk with God.

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