Paws to Consider This
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit. Galatians 5:25
Milo, an Oklahoma puppy, was born with his front paws upside down, a disability that kept him from walking. A veterinary team at Oklahoma State University performed surgery, and now Milo is in rehab, where he’s working hard with his treatment and exercises. At this writing, he’s only taken “baby steps,” but Milo’s got grit and that’s what counts.
God has put that same tenacity into all His creation. We have a drive to overcome, to persevere, and to be victors rather than victims. But as Christians, we have more than determination and grit. We have the Holy Spirit within us, enabling us to walk by faith. What does it mean to “walk in the Spirit”? Every morning we should say, “Lord, I belong to You today. I ask for Your will to be done every moment during the next 24 hours. May I be filled with Your Spirit so Jesus can live through me.”
Be emptied of self and filled with Scripture—and then take one step at a time as you go through the day.
The whole Christian life, from the moment we are born again until we come into His presence, is a walk by faith—a faith that rests upon the indwelling Holy Spirit. J. Vernon McGee
Walking In The Spirit – Galatians 5:25 – Jon Courson