WWJD?

Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ. 1 Corinthians 11:1

To walk with God means that you and God are in agreement about your life.

 

1 Corinthians 10 ends with, whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. It made me think of the motto, What Would Jesus Do? or WWJD. We all have choices; do you ever stop to think, what would Jesus do at this very moment, in this situation?

Birds of a feather, flock together is another saying, which tells us that we tend to hang around with what/who is similar to us. When we say that we have God in our hearts, we walk with God, or are walking in the light: our lifestyles should resemble being like Him. 

Being with Jesus means, we know Him and act like Him. I’m not talking about clothes, speaking eloquently, being overly spiritual or religious, or rebuking devils all day long! I’m talking about the compassionate soul winning nature of Jesus. The Lord was hungry for the salvation of souls, He was willing and compassionate to help others, and He was a lover of the scriptures and loved to spend time with the Father.

Do you want to destroy the works of the devil?
D
o you pray to God?
Are you interested in the word of God?
Do you care for the presence of God? 

Let’s pray:

Thank you Lord for leaving your mark on this world, and giving us a blueprint of your legacy. Today I pray for everyone who wants to come closer to you, and who wants their life to reflect your heart. I pray that we would know you lord, not the God of church, religion, or of tradition: but the God of love, forgiveness and holiness. May we grow to be more like you every single day. And may we choose to be like you, in Jesus name. Amen.   

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