How To Walk With The Lord By Faith (3 Of 9) by Nelson Price
This content is part of a series.HOW TO WALK WITH THE LORD BY FAITH
DR. NELSON PRICE
HEBREWS 11: 5, 6
JESUS CHRIST has appealed to each of us to take up our cross
and follow Him. He wants us to enter upon the path of service and
walk by faith not sight. In every era there have been those He has
trusted to walk by faith. Enoch is the second example summoned in
the roll call of faith.
I. HIS WILL "BY FAITH..."
At the age of 65 Enoch began his walk of faith. He continued it for
300 uncompromising years (Genesis 5: 21 - 24).
Bible revelation is progressive. Building on the faith as
demonstrated by Abel in worship the logical progression is the right
walk. Adam and Eve walked with God, but their sin disrupted their
walk. Enoch now becomes an example of our spiritual walk with
Him. His walk, as ours, must be by faith.
Without faith, it is impossible to please God (vs. 6a). Good works
can't (Romans 3:20, "by the works of the Law no flesh will be
justified in His sight.") Heredity, ritual, ceremony, charity nor any
other good work apart from faith pleases God.
The first form of elemental faith is simply belief that ...
God has given us clues of His existence, but still he can't be proven
by scientific method. For example, we can't prove Hannibal crossed
the Alps on elephants. This is true because to prove a thing by the
scientific method it must be repeatable. History can't be re-run and
stopped at the time of Hannibal and his feat repeated. This is
simply true because history can't be rerun.
Likewise, it should be kept in mind that one of the laws of logic is
that you can't prove a negative. To prove a negative you have to
know everything and be greater than the negative asserted. Thus,
to prove there is no God, you would have to be greater than and
know more than God. Then you would be God; and therefore, there
would be a god = you.
Though we can't prove God by the scientific method there are
some l ...
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