Walk humbly with your God.

October 02, 2016

Walk humbly with your God.

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Step by step by step by step.

Realizing our smallness, being enamored by how big He is.

Seeing how weak we are but understanding that means His strength is being magnified.

Watching our plans unravel all to watch His come perfectly together.

And as we are chiseled, piece by piece, looking less like us and more like Him, we see that walking with Him is the crux of our every moment.

That is all we must do. That is what He says, “Hold my hand, follow Me,” and we go. We follow. We move forward, in and out of life’s seasons and humbly realize: He is the only consistency throughout it all.

Grateful for the walk. Aren’t you?

It’s the only reason we’re here.

“And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” -Micah 6:8

xoxo,
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