THE CHRISTIAN'S WALK A WALK WITH GOD.





"He hath showed 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." Micah 6:8. The life of Enoch is descriptive of the Christian's life,

and it is said that he "walked with God." Hand in hand with God, heart in

heart, and life in life, is the true Christian way. In order to walk thus

with God, we must be in agreement with him; for two can not walk together

heart in heart unless they be in agreement. To be agreed with God implies

submission to the divine will. It is to go where he leads.



"He leadeth me" is the sentiment of the Christian heart. He may sometimes

lead in a laborious path; nevertheless we go. He may lead in a way that

brings suffering and self-denial; he may take our loved ones from us; he

may call somebody dear to us to a foreign field, or he may call us. If we

would walk with him, we must not draw back, but say, "Lord, thy will be

done. I will go with thee all the way." Such a walk may lead over some

thorny paths and through some waters and fiery trials, but it pleases God

and ends in heaven, So onward let us go.





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