I like equating prayer with walking because it’s an ongoing action that’s rhythmic and progressive. And it’s something I can do easily and without help or props, even when I don’t feel like it. I can choose to move when nothing in me agrees.The prayer-walking biblical character who speaks volumes to me, although not so much in the bible, is Enoch. This is one of the shortest pieces in the bible. Enoch was an ancestor of Noah, the son of Baraka and Jared. He was the father of Methuselah and Barakil.
Knowing who he is Knowing who you are in himYou don’t need to re introduce yourself. You know he made you. You don’t need to ask for salvation. You know you’re already redeemed. You don’t have to explain why you showed up. You know he was watching out for you. You don’t need to confess a litany of sins. You know you’re already forgiven. You don’t need a lot of words to feel heard. You know he heard your heart before you opened your moth. You don’t have to wait for verification of his presence.
The preachers have been working all week, at least, trying to put the crowning cap on that sermon, one of seven, that will distinguish itself from the platform collective. Father, forgive them for they know not what they do. Luke 23:34 Today you will be with me in paradise. Luke 23:43 Woman, behold your son. Son, behold your mother. John 19:26-27 My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Matthew 27:46 I thirst. John 19:28 It is finished. John 19:30 Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.
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