My Home & My Walk In It
Home is one of the most precious words in our vocabulary. I think of sayings and quotes regarding home we have heard for so long:
“Home is where the heart is.”
“Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.”
Soldiers would think of those on the “home front” when away fighting for their nation overseas.
To say that homes in America are troubled is an understatement. You need not just look to statistics, often you just need to look on your own street or the local school.
The Bible has the answers, because the Author created the home.
Starting Sunday morning, July 6, at 11:00am, we will go to Ephesians 5 and find thirteen areas that define what ought to be found in every home.
A good home is a treasure to be desired and defended.
“My Home and My Walk In It” is a journey we look forward to. Join us.
We need to walk by the Holy Spirit in our lives and in our homes. Our willingness to desire and to trust the Holy Spirit has an impact on how we deal with the issues in our lives.
We need to watch our way in our homes with enlightenment and urgency because there is pressure to sin all around us.
The world often tries to draw us and our family members into sin. We are to walk in innocence and to not have fellowship with darkness.
Walking in wisdom requires us to prove (test) our actions with what is acceptable to the Lord.
Discernment is the ability to see and understand people, things, or situations clearly and intelligently. Spiritual discernment is needed in the battle over each person’s home.
We live in a world that is becoming more corrupt with the increasing prevalence of wicked things like pornography. We are urged by the Bible to be separate from evil and to walk in purity.
This is a continuation of a recent message concerning walking in love in our homes.
Our homes are being systematically attacked from without and from within as never before. In times like this we need to walk in love in our homes.