Posted in Walks With God

Learning to Just Be…

…or having grace and humility.  Micah 6:1-8

micah 6-8
http://dwellingintheword.wordpress.com/2012/03/01/739-micah-6/

 

In our hurry to be the best of anything in our lives, superwomen, supermen, overachievers, and other such titles, we often forget that God doesn’t pick the most industrious to love and protect.  He loves us all equally.  After all, He is all.  So, what is the best way to honor and cherish Him?  

 

 

 

 

 

1. To act Justly:  To walk upright, and not to be dishonest with yourself and others.  To be yourself, no matter what the situation.  Do not put on a false face.  

2.  To love tenderly:  To act with grace and love always.  Do not act with a heavy hand toward others.  To be merciful, and understanding. (…even if it is with your children, as hard as that may be.)  

3.  To walk humbly with your God:  Do not straighten your back and place yourself above your God or others.  Instead, walk normally, with humility and grace, knowing that He made you the way He intended you to be, and if you are good enough for Him, you are good enough for everyone else.   After all, being conceited gets you only one thing, loneliness.  

 

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Dear Lord:  Give me the grace to walk with you in humility, knowing that you are the one true light in my life.  You have set my feet upon the path that you wish me to tread, Oh Lord.  Please, give me the grace and strength not to stray.  I love you, Lord.  I know with all my heart that you have not forsaken me, and will never forsake me.  You love is endless, Lord.  Your grace is my fortitude, and you strength is my security.  I will follow where you lead, Oh Lord.  For yours is the kingdom and the light.  In your name I pray.

Amen  

Until next time.  May God Bless you all.

 

 

 

Source: Our Daily Bread

 

 

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