Guard Your Walk

Jesus Christ will never leave us and He will never forsake us. He will always be there with us, but we have to stay with Him until the very end. We have to guard our walk with Him. If we stray from Jesus, if we leave Him, He will not hold us back. He will call us back.

If we stray He might discipline us, put circumstances in our way to turn us from our wicked ways, to turn us back to Him. Many believers do not recognize the hand of God when He disciplines them. They become hardened of heart through the deceitfulness of their sin, because they went their own way. The Holy Spirit will call us back, convict us to change our ways, but He will never force us.

Our relationship with Jesus, our walk with Him, is our responsibility. The quality of our walk with Him depends entirely on us, because Jesus is faithful, but if we are unfaithful we will lose Him, we will lose eternal life. We have to guard our walk with Him and make sure that we are doing what is pleasing to Him. We must make sure that we obey His commands, that which He taught, that which He commanded as also recorded in the Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

We must seek Him. We must seek His voice, His Spirit, His guidance. If we seek Him, we find Him; if we draw closer to Him, He draws closer to us. If we ask Him He will speak to us. He will guide us, He will teach us, but if we turn away from Him, if we stray from Him, we will perish, if we do not repent. We have to guard our walk with Jesus. We have to make ourselves available to Him. We have to seek His guidance, we have to seek to be pleasing to Him, because if we don’t we are not worthy of Him. If we do not guard our walk we will go stray and we will end up in hell.

Our relationship and our walk with Jesus depends entirely on us. If we are not willing He will not force us. If we don’t want to follow Him He will not force us. He loves us, He cares for us, but He will never force us. If we don’t love Him and if we don’t care for Him and we don’t care for our relationship with Him, our walk with Him, then we will not enter His kingdom. We need to seek to hear His voice. We need to seek to be guided by him. We need to seek His kingdom and His righteousness. We need to seek Jesus Himself. If we don’t, in the end we will only have ourselves to blame when He turns us away, and He says to us:”Go away, I never knew you, you workers of wickedness.” We need to cleanse our lives, repent, be baptized in water, seek the baptism in the Holy Spirit, seek to hear His voice every day. If we don’t, we will stray from Him. It depends entirely on us where we will end up. Jesus is willing and He is eager to save us, but if we don’t want to be saved, if we don’t want to walk with Him and follow Him, in the end He will deliver us to our desires. If we love other things more than Him, then we will end up where those other things take us.

How is our walk with Jesus? Are we close to Him? Do we seek to obey Him? Do we seek to hear His voice? Are we serious about the kingdom of God? Are we seeking revelation from Him, or don’t we care? Is it not a priority in our lives. If it’s not a priority then, we’re not worthy of Jesus. If we are lukewarm, He will spew us out” We have to serve Jesus and follow Him, go after Him with all our heart, with everything that is in us. Not many are being saved. Jesus said:”Strive hard, because Strait is the gate and narrow is the door and few there be that find it .” Very few want to walk with Jesus. Very few guard their walk with Jesus. Are we serious with Jesus? Do we really love Him and do we really want to enter His kingdom?

May Jesus bless you.

About Jan Boshoff - finalcall07

A bond servant of Jesus Christ
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