2 Corinthians 5:7 For we walk by faith, not by sight.
Updated: Sep 28, 2022
Walk is a way of life. We live by faith. Walk is moving in faith. Movement in faith. Going in the direction of faith. Constant moving – walk. It is not past tense but present tense. It is a verb, an action word. Acting in faith. We presently have to walk in faith. We presently have to operate in faith. We have to exercise our faith. That faith must be exercised every day in the God whom we serve because we face everyday challenges and situations.
There have been days where I woke up feeling just like blah. As soon as I opened my eyes and took my morning breath, it seemed like the blues were just waiting to lay claim on me. I have learned to say by faith I am going to have a good day and God will help me through every situation. I will not be sad. I will not fear. I do believe. I may have to say that several times throughout the day. But I found the more I say it, I am taking a stand and that faith is growing stronger. Those faith muscles are being stretched and building up a resilience that the enemy cannot break.
Though I cannot see what lies ahead, I walk
Though I do not know what is ahead, I walk
Though I feel so uneasy, I walk
In spite of my dismal thoughts, I walk
In spite of my emotion state, I walk
In spite of my physical condition, I walk
Even if I see no sudden change, I walk
Even if it appears to be the same, I walk
Even if I feel all by myself, I walk
I walk, I walk, I walk
Poem by TheRedInkSpot