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Walking With God
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Walking with God takes promises and prayers from the Bible and helps you meet with God every day! He is the God of the promises and the One who inspires our prayers. Here you will find not only down-to-earth practical wisdom, but also thought-provoking direction and inspiration for your life today.
A plane journey sometimes has its turbulent moments; life too can have its ups and downs. This book has been written out of an absolute conviction that God is with us always, and that his presence can be experienced particularly in such times. God does not want us to separate our spiritual lives from the rest of our life, but to remember he is with us in those times of illness, hardship, bereavement or difficulty – and of course, to know the same in life's joys!
The Bible is a rich source of people who have cried out to God in their anguish – or praised him for his loving kindness. The Bible is also full of promises, made to individuals, and which are applicable to us today. Walking with God: 365 Promises and prayers from the Bible for every day of the year takes promises and prayers from the Bible as its daily foundation. The aim is simply to help you meet with God daily! He is the God of the promises. He is the God who inspires our prayers. He is the One we can turn to in every situation in life: when we are puzzled, when we find it difficult to carry on, when we need guidance and help, and when we are just simply grateful.
Each day's reading begins with an opening verse from the Bible, which is then considered and applied, and closes with a final Bible verse. Sometimes other Bible extracts are quoted, and every book in the Bible is drawn from over the course of the year, encouraging us to turn to God in every situation in life.
If possible, find a quiet place where you can let go of the busyness of life for a few moments and quieten your spirit to be still, to listen and talk to God as you think over and pray about each day's reading.
January 1 - All things have become new
If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. (2 Co 5:17, NKJV)
There are probably few of us who don't find the birth of a baby a moving event. Grown adults suddenly become cooing and gurgling idiots and our faces contort into all sorts of expressions before the presence of new life. Perhaps it's the baby's freshness, or helplessness; or the fact that everything just seems so perfect. Little wonder, then, that there are times when we say, "If only I could start again." "If only my mistakes could be wiped out; if only the messes could be undone; if only I could have another chance at life." Jesus says, "You can!" When we put our trust in him, a whole new life begins for us; the past really is over and done with, and we have a fresh, new start. We truly become "a new creation" (2 Co 5:17).
These new beginnings do not happen by self-effort or self-improvement, however, but by new birth (Jn 3:3); and then we continue to enjoy that "new birth" life by being constantly "filled with the Spirit" (Ep 5:18). No matter what a mess we may have made of our lives so far, no matter how many times we might have "got it wrong," God can always give us a new beginning. If you have put your trust in Christ, you really are "a new creation" and do not need to listen to the accusations of your heart or the lies of the devil.
The psalmist says, "He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God" (Ps 40:3). Last year probably had its difficult moments in your life; but, like the psalmist, let a new song of worship and adoration to the Lord well up within your spirit as you launch out into this new year with him; for what has been does not have to shape what will be!
At the outset of this New Year, how wonderful it is to know we can always make a fresh start with our God!
And He who sits on the throne said, "Behold, I am making all things new." (Rev 21:5, NASB)
About the Author(s)
Mike Beaumont was born in 1950 in South Yorkshire (or rather, the West Riding of Yorkshire as he still prefers to think of it.) He read Modern Languages at Durham and theology at London School of Theology and since then has lived in Manchester and Oxford where he has been a teacher, pastor, lecturer, broadcaster and author. He is married with three grown-up daughters.
Martin Manser is a professional reference-book editor who since 1980 has compiled and edited Bible reference material and English-language dictionaries. He has been involved for many years in a Baptist church in his home town of Aylesbury, England, and is married with a son and a daughter.
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