by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) June 19, 1983 AM


Colossians 2:6; Galatians 5:16

I invite you to open your Bibles if you would to I John, Chapter Number 1,
I John 1, begin rading with Verse 5 and read through Verse 7. I John 5 through
5This then is the message which we have heard of him, and
dectare unto you, that God is Zight, and in him is no dark-
ness at aLL. 6If we say that we have fel@ship with him,
and walk in darkness, we Zie, and do not the truth; But if
we watk in the light, as he is in the light, we have feZZow-
ship one with another, and the bzood of Tesus Christ his Son
czeanseth us from atZ sin.
Let's pray together. "Father, we open Thy Book and we lean upon Thy Spirit to
guide us and instruct us, to convict and convince us of what Thou art among us
in this place of worship. Lord, You speak. Let me get out of the way so that
Thy Word and Thy holy and divine message might not only be heard, but may it be
understood, received, and incorporated into our daily living. For we make this
prayer in the strong, holy name of Jesus Christ our living Savior and Lord. Amen."

Colossians 2:6 says it clearly. As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the

Lord, so walk ye in him... As we think about the various postures of the Christian

life, I think we'll discover that there's one word that is used more than any

other word to describe what we are to do, how we are to proceed in the present

tense with our Christian living, and that is the word wazk. More than forty


time in the epistles the word walk is used. If you try to find a synonym for the

word walk that explains it, that is appropriate in a biblical sense, you'll never

find one. The word walk scripturally stands alone. We could find many definiti ...

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