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November 25, 2018

  


   Sermon Title: Tis The Season To . . .Walk With God





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Scripture Reading: I Timothy 4:8; Matthew 16:26; Genesis 5:21-24



Scripture Text: Psalm 1:1-2


"Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night."



Tis The Season To . . .Walk With God

Since we're soon entering a new year it seems only reasonable that we need to think about godliness and our walk with God, because this will benefit us the most in the coming year. Paying attention to God always pays! Everyone lives or walks the road of life, but how do we walk? How do we live? And for whom?

There are two ways to walk in life: either with God or with the sinful of this world. Walking with God leads to life and blessing. Walking with the sinful (or in sin) leads to trouble, judgment, and condemnation.

Three men who walked with God.
1 - Enoch's walk of evangelism
2 - Noah's walk of obedience
3 - Abraham's walk of faith

Point I. ENOCH'S WALK OF EVANGELISM
Enoch walked with God. How did he do that? What did He do in order to walk with God? If your walk with God is what it ought to be you WILL influence your family and others for the Lord! Something good will rub off on them!

Point II. NOAH'S WALK OF OBEDIENCE
In holy fear Noah built an ark. God told Noah He was going to send a flood and he'd better prepare for it. IN HOLY FEAR HE DID PREPARE BY BUILDING AN ARK. He obeyed God!

Point III. ABRAHAM'S WALK OF FAITH
God said to Abraham, "Walk before me and be blameless." What did God mean by those words? God may have been saying, "In your walk in this life, walk with me and you will be blameless." That could well be meaning. And no one can live a blameless life without a relationship with God. We get our goodness and/or our holiness from him.

Christmas will soon be over and whether you get what you want or not, what we all need more than anything is to walk with God more/better in this New Year. Walking with God will bring countless blessings that we never thought possible.

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