How is your walk?

OneWalk: Under the Sun, with the Son

Today’s Bible Verse, Reading, Devotion, Worship Song and Prayer

Today’s verse

Enoch… walking in close fellowship with God. Then one day he disappeared, because God took him. Genesis 5:24 NLT

Today’s reading
Jude1
https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Jude+1&version=NLT

Jude 1:14-15 NLT
[14] Enoch, who lived in the seventh generation after Adam, prophesied about these people. He said, "Listen! The Lord is coming with countless thousands of his holy ones [15] to execute judgment on the people of the world. He will convict every person of all the ungodly things they have done and for all the insults that ungodly sinners have spoken against him."

REFRAMING JESUS
JUDE 1:3-4—POINTING PEOPLE TOWARD JESUS

“Snakes! Sons of vipers! How will you escape the judgment of hell?” Was that someone cursing the guy who stole his 4×4? Or a drunk yelling at the cops who pick him up? No, it’s Jesus talking to the Pharisees—the respectable religious leaders of his day (Matthew 23:33). We’re so used to images of a nice, kind, freshly shampooed Jesus that we forget he showed anger, too. But he did, about similar issues to what Jude writes about in his letter. Instead of showing people the way to God, the Pharisees ended up driving people away, and that made Jesus mad. Everyone is invited to the party in God’s kingdom—not just the good and the nice. Everyone is welcome—the sad, the mad, people like me, and definitely, definitely people like you.

Today’s devotion
How is my what?
Life for Leaders Daily Devotion
https://mailchi.mp/depree.org/how-is-my-what?e=1bc587c115

The language of walking as a metaphor for the Christian life comes straight from the New Testament. Later in Ephesians, for example, we’ll examine a verse that could be translated literally, “As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to walk worthy of the calling with which you were called” (4:1).

By using the verb “to walk” (peripateo in Greek), Paul refers to a pattern of life, what we might call a lifestyle.

…when we put our faith in Jesus Christ, thus receiving God’s grace through him, not only are we forgiven for our sins, but we are also welcomed into a new way of living. Our salvation is not simply a ticket to heaven in the future. It is also a passport to a new “walk” in this life, a new way of living and being, a new way of relating to God through Jesus Christ.

(…OneWalk)

Today’s worship song
All In
Matthew West
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/all-in/1256826332?i=1256826453

Today’s prayer
Dear God, Abba Father, Jesus my Lord and Savior, I’m all in. Thank you for delivering us from walking in our transgressions and sins. Thank you for opening up to us a new way of walking. May our walk be genuine and vital. May we keep away from patterns of sin and selfishness. May we walk with you, in your strength, and for your glory, in all that we do. (…OneWalk) Amen.

Today’s prayer from today’s devotion.

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Devotions
My Utmost for His Highest
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