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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Illustrate the meaning of "A Man is Known by the Company He Keeps" (without using the actual phrase). (01/31/08)

TITLE: Walk in Him
By Brad Asbury
02/04/08


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Often we find the disciples sitting and learning at the Masterís feet. We find them praying with the Master, talking with the Master, and walking in His footsteps. The disciples were seen with Jesus often by the crowds, so much so that on three different occasions Peter was asked if he was one of the followers. The most amazing thing happened three different times as well; Peter denied that he knew Christ. Peter had talked, walked, and prayed with Jesus. Peter had even been rescued by Jesus when trying to walk out on the water. Yet, in Peterís humanity he denied Christ.

We are often placed in the same situation as Peter was. Many days you have no idea you were even placed in that situation! How many times will a non-believer watch your every step to see if you will deny the One whom you claim to spend time with? How often do our actions speak against us? How often do people recognize that we have been in the presence of the Lord?

When Moses came down from the mountain top, he was radiating with the glory of God. He reflected the glory of the Almighty. There should be the same glory radiating from us after our daily meeting with God. Even more, many will notice that you were on church on Sunday; however, your actions on Monday shall prove your devotion.

There is an expectation set by our society on the actions and attitudes of a Christian. Most importantly, there is an expectation that is set forth in scripture. We are to be followers of Christ, ones who will take up our cross and follow daily. As believers in Christ, we walk with the Lord; therefore, we are to show forth that walking. Our lives are transformed by being in the presence of God, and if you are truly walking with God daily that transformed life will be shown.


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Laury Hubrich 02/08/08
This is a very nice devotional. Thank you for sharing such great wisdom!
Laury
Hanne Moon02/10/08
Excellent devotion! Very well done. Keep up the good work!
Joshua Janoski02/11/08
Short but very effective. I enjoyed reading this lesson. Thank you for sharing it.
Marlene Austin02/13/08
Use of many strong examples to support your idea. Nice job. :)