Walking the Walk

Ephesians 4:1 I… beseech you to walk worthy of the calling with which you were called.

As followers of Christ we must understand that we are MARKED. The difference is in our WALK. How we WALK makes a world of difference. Our walk has an impact on everyone we meet in one way or another. As Christians we are expected to live a different lifestyle than that of the world. Our actions and reactions are distinctly different than the worldly crowd.

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The Christian life is a walk. The world is watching our walk. They can identify if we are reflecting the love of God and compassion of Jesus. They quickly see when our walk is improper. They can tell when our steps are slipping on the path. They may walk improperly but they expect a true Christian to be different.

The true believer must strive to walk the walk that the Lord exemplified while on earth. We must aim to be like him in our conduct. We must seek to be transformed into his image and his character. We need to walk as children of light not only because darkness hinders our walk with God but also because when none believers see Christians partake in deeds of darkness it gives them reason to mock Christianity and reject Christ.

We must be willing to walk the walk, not just sometime but all the time. To walk the walk, we must study the word and live the word. God bless you as you live a life worthy of the calling.

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Until we meet again in this space…much love and blessings.♥♥♥

17 thoughts on “Walking the Walk

  1. Nancy Ruegg

    It occurred to me as I read your post, Fay, how interesting it is that nonbelievers know how Christians should behave. They may not read the Bible but they recognize godliness when they see it. Can we be perfect enough to silence those critics? Maybe not. Just the same “we must seek to be transformed into his image and his character”–as you said. Then there WILL be those who respond with questions, not criticism–questions we can use to lead them to Jesus!

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    1. Fay Ann Swearing Post author

      As Christians we are expected to live a different lifestyle than that of the world. Our actions and reactions are distinctly different than the worldly crowd.
      Thanks for your valuable and insightful comment. Blessings to you

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  2. audrey campbell

    This is a great reminder that we should be Christ-like in all our endeavours but moreso in our walk. It caused me to reflect on this frequently asked question: ” Can the world see Jesus in you?”

    We can do it…through Christ!!

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    1. Fay Ann Swearing Post author

      Once we have come to Christ our appearance ought to change, our walk ought to change, our outlook on life ought to change. But it won’t change overnight; it is a process that takes place every single day of our lives. Thanks Sis for your comment. Blessings to you

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  3. Ithamora

    Sis, this is something that we need to remind ourselves about as we walk this journey. Our daily actions should reflect Christ. In some cases we don’t have to minister to unbelievers verbally but through our actions. Thank you for sharing this post. God bless you always.

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