How We Live and Who We Live For
During the summer sermons, we will investigate what it means to “walk with God.”
The book of Genesis suggests to us that God “walked” with Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. Likewise, Enoch, Noah and Abraham, among others, are all said to have “walked with God.” The prophet Micah commands us to “walk humbly with God.” The New Testament picks up this theme by calling us “to walk in a manner worthy of the calling” to which we’ve been called.
“Walk” is a Hebrew metaphor for the general conduct of our lives—how we live and who we live for. The agenda that governs our step-by-step activities and the attitudes that drive our moment-by-moment choices determines whether we walk with God or not.
Join us this summer as we look at a broad range of Scripture on this vital subject.
If you’ve missed any sermons in this series, you can find them here.