Just what does it mean to “walk in the Spirit”? Translating from one language to another language can be difficult to say the least. Sometimes one word, in English such as walk, can have deeper meaning in the original Greek. We may lose the nuances from going from one language to another. Thankfully, we have the Spirit to guide us. This month we will examine what it is to “walk in the Spirit”.
Walking to most of us is a means of getting from one place to another or a form of exercise to keep our bodies and minds fit. ... more
How does keeping in step with the Spirit also enable us to live as Jesus did?...more
Ravi Zacharias passed away in May 2020. I often listened to him on the radio. Some philosophical and literary quotes were above my understanding, but he put things in a way I could also understand. He served as an example of one who walked in the Spirit....more
When I was young I loved to walk the country roads near my home. As an adult my husband and I would go on hikes, sometimes with back packs and camping overnight....more
So I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.
Volume 19 Issue 06
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