Father, and kept for Jesus Christ” Jude 1:1
conversation was about Christ and our relationship with Him and to Him. The
woman said to me, “I am not walking well with Him.”
immediately know there is an aspect of their theology that is out of whack. My
response to a person when they begin to say those types of things is that a
believer is always “walking well” with Him. (It is
an anthem of mine as you know!) She right away told me I was wrong, that it was
a fact that she was most certainly not walking well with
First, I grieve that she struggles so with accepting on an application basis
who she is in Christ. Let me ask you to think about this same question I asked
her about this business of “not walking well with Him.” Does that mean to you
that you are not keeping the rules? Think about that for a while… How much of
your acceptance by God in Christ is based on how well you keep the rules?
…to the praise of the glory of His grace, by which He made us accepted in
the Beloved. Ephesians 1:6
law but under grace. Romans 6:14
maintained by keeping the rules. I believe many of us need that reminder
occasionally. We love those rules! We love needing them and wanting them and
clinging to them because then we feel secure. We think that following the rules
gains us some status, stature, or security with God. In one breath, we agree
that we are always secure in Christ and in the next we say that we have to have
grace and the moving of His Spirit, let it be this! As a believer in Christ,
you are always secure in Him. What Jesus Christ did was enough
for yesterday, today and tomorrow. Nothing more is needed, nothing more is
asked for. From the perspective of Almighty God our relationship with Him never
waivers. He never sees us any differently in spite of the good or bad choices
we make in life.
bad but they do not define our relationship with Him.
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