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Walk with Him

God is with you.

It may sometimes seem we're alone, but we're never alone. He walks with us all the time. The question is, do we walk with Him? If we do, then our walk, our burdens, our life, becomes easier to bare. We know certain things in life are challenging. Yet we must stay centered on keeping Christ first in our life no matter how difficult things get. At some point in everybody's life, struggle will come and no one is immune. Life will happen to every soul on this earth. That's a fact and since that's the case, then why not have a companion by our side every second of the day? Doesn't it make sense to do that? 

Anybody can walk with God, because He gives us what is called free-will to walk in His righteousness. That means we are free to make our own decisions and God will let us. I don't know about you, but I rather have Him direct my paths than me alone. It doesn't mean I will always make the right decisions 100% of time, because I can miss Him from time to time. Yet it makes my ability to make more right ones than wrong ones, increase dramatically. How about you? Who would you rather order your life? Would you rather you, yourself, and that's it? Or would you rather walk with the one and only God of the universe to have a hand in your life? "For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them" (Ephesians 2:10).

At the end of the day we have a decision to make. And since God is a God of love, honor, and respect He gives us the freedom to choose. 
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