By His word, God brought the Israelites out of Egypt into the wilderness of His grace. And, in the wilderness, He showed them His way to the Promised Land. He became the light on their path.
The LORD’s goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life. I shall walk in the path of the Lord Jesus Christ; His path shall I take. I shall forever walk in His path for time to come. He shall be my Shepherd, and I shall be His sheep. He shall lead me in His path of righteousness. The Lord is my strength and salvation.
I thank you LORD for your Son, Jesus Christ; He paved my path. It is by His path I have been redeemed and resurrected. I praise the Lord for His goodness, protection, and provision. He is my shelter and refuge. He found me when I was lost. May the Word of God be glorified. Amen.
In order to walk in the light of God’s word, you must have the Word of God with you. You cannot walk in the path of God’s word without His word. His word has to be with you for it to be a lamp for your feet and a light on your path.
With this post, I am starting a series of posts on perfect worship. They are excerpts from my upcoming book titled Perfect Adoration.
In this series titled “Walking in the Light of God’s Word” I will be sharing 3 blog posts over the next couple of weeks.
The topics to be treated are:
• Order My Steps, Lord!
• Walking in the Light of God’s Word
• His Goodness and Mercy
Have you ever wondered about any of the following:
✓ What does it mean to let God order your steps?
✓ Who God is in your walk?
✓ What it means to walk in the light of His Word?
✓ What Psalm 23:6 mean?
If you have, then you don’t want to miss a post. I will try to put one up each Saturday for the next couple of weeks.
May the good God bless you with His wisdom as we approach these topics and open your heart to His word.