OUR WALK BEFORE YAHWEH (Quotes from Spurgeon, Thomas A Kempis and A.W.Tozer)

 1.  Walk with Yahweh -  Like Enoch, WALK with (Yahweh), and you cannot mistake your road. There are no dilemmas out of which you shall not be delivered if you live near to (Yahweh), and your heart be kept warm with holy love. He goes not amiss who goes in the company of (Yahweh).  You have infallible wisdom to direct you, immutable love to comfort you, and eternal power to defend you. (SPU) 

2.   Walk in faith - At certain periods clouds cover the believer's sun, and he WALKS in darkness and sees no light. They have WALKED along the "green pastures" by the side of the "still waters before," but suddenly they find the glorious sky is clouded ... they find troubled streams, bitter to their taste, and they say, "Surely, if I were a child of (Elohim), this would not happen." Oh! say not so, thou who art WALKING in darkness. The best of (Yahweh)'s saints must drink the wormwood; the dearest of His children must bear the cross. No Christian has enjoyed perpetual prosperity; no believer can always keep his harp from the willows.  (SPU)

3.  Walk in truth  -   He who WALKS before (Y'shua) in truth shall be defended from the attacks of evil, and the truth shall free him from seducers and from the slanders of wicked men. For if the truth has made you free, then you shall be free indeed, and you shall not care for the vain words of men. (A'KEMP) 

4.   Walk, but don't forget to rest -  Faith is our WALK, but fellowship sensibly felt is our rest. Faith is the road, but communion with (Y'shua) is the well from which the pilgrim drinks. (SPU)

5.  Walk in meekness - He who WALKS  on in meekness he will be happy to let (Yahweh) defend him. The old struggle to defend himself is over. He has found the peace which meekness brings.  There is no release from our burden apart from the meekness of Christ.  It will take some courage at first, but the needed grace will come as we learn that we are sharing this new and easy yoke with the strong Son of (Elohim) Himself. He calls it 'my yoke,' and He WALKING at one end while we WALK at the other.  (TOZ)

6.  Walk humbly before Yahweh - What have we that we did not receive from the (Elohim) of all grace? Then how careful ought we to be to WALK humbly before (Yahweh)!  The moment we glorify ourselves, since there is room for one glory only in the universe, we set ourselves up as rivals to the Most High.  (SPU)

7.  Walk in brokenness - My child, this is the disposition which you should have if you wish to WALK with Me. You should be as ready to suffer as to enjoy. You should as willingly be destitute and poor as rich and satisfied.  (A'KEMP)

8.  Walk in the footsteps of the Master - O that we thus WALKED more in the footsteps of our Lord, cheerfully enduring trial for His sake, promptly and willingly putting away the thought of self and comfort when it would intrfere with our finishing the work which He has given us to do. Great grace is needed, but great grace is provided (SPU)

9.  Walk in the freedom of the Law -  Separated from the world, and denying ourselves all ungodliness and fleshly lusts, we are nevertheless not in prison, nor restricted within narrow bounds; nay, we WALK at liberty, because we keep His precepts. Come, reader, this evening WALK with (Yahweh) in His statutes (SPU)

10.  Walk bravely in the ways of  Yahweh -  When a man begins to grow lax, he fears a little toil and welcomes external comfort, but when he begins perfectly to conquer himself and to WALK bravely in the ways of (Yahweh), then he thinks those things less difficult which he thought so hard before (A'KEMP)

11.  Walk away from temptation - Strict WALKING is much despised in these days, but rest assured, dear reader, it is both the safest and the happiest ...  he who eats the grapes of Sodom will soon drink the wine of Gomorrah ... Worldly conformity, in any degree, is a snare to the soul, and makes it more and more liable to presumptuous sins.  Things doubtful we need not doubt about; they are wrong to us. Things tempting we must not dally with, but flee from them with speed. Better be sneered at as a Puritan than be despised as a hypocrite. Careful WALKING may involve much self-denial, but it has pleasures of its own which are more than a sufficient recompense. (SPU)

12.  Walk from strength to strength - Usually, if we are WALKING, we go from strength to weakness; we start fresh and in good order for our journey, but by-and-by the road is rough, and the sun is hot, we sit down by the wayside, and then again painfully pursue our weary way. But the Christian pilgrim having obtained fresh supplies of grace, is as vigorous after years of toilsome travel and struggle as when he first set out. He may not be quite so elate and buoyant, nor perhaps quite so hot and hasty in his zeal as he once was, but he is much stronger in all that constitutes real power, and travels, if more slowly, far more surely (SPU)