The Walk of Faith

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Like Enoch, we should give God our undivided attention and continue to grow in our personal knowledge of God.

Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away (Genesis 5:24, NIV).

I wonder what Enoch and God talked about as they walked together each day. Perhaps Enoch commented on the beauty of the sunrise that morning and how much he had enjoyed listening to the sound of the birds calling to each other as they awakened before dawn. Or perhaps he told God how grateful he was for the evidence of His faithfulness when he saw the sun come up every morning.

It was never drudgery for Enoch to meet with God. It wasn’t something he felt he had to do; it was something he wanted to do. In the process, he must have grown in an ever more intimate, loving, personal knowledge of Who God is. He gave God his undivided attention, spent more and more time with Him, gained a greater and greater depth of understanding, allowed fewer and fewer interruptions until there were no interruptions at all and his walk of faith became sight!

Enoch’s friends looked for him, but he couldn’t be found, because he had walked right into the very presence of God!

 

 

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