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Do You Walk The Walk

I have a question for ALL Christians, Do you walk the walk? So many Christians today are fake and simply go to church and follow the generic Christian motions simply because it's the right thing to do. So ask yourself, Do you walk the walk or just go through the motions?

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 ---Michael on 3/9/07
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Michael......Since accepting Christ as my Lord and Savior a year ago He has changed me 180 degrees.I try my best today to live my life for Christ.I try to please GOD in all i do.Treating folks as i would want to be treated.Not being perfect i do fall way short of this,but i can ask for forgiveness and know that he has forgiven me.
---JIM on 2/26/08

I walk the walk; it isn't profitable any other kind of way.
As far as other people, though there is nothing we can do to change any flaws we may see, there is prayer. And there is also one way of knowing how to spot a fake. We know the tree by the fruit it bares. If the tree has no fruit, you know he/she is a fake. Remember the fruit of the Holy Spirit is key.
---lenora on 4/5/07

I use to only talk the talk not walk the walk, like the typical churchgoing heathen, I believe I was only fooling myself. I cry many tears for all of my stupidity, putting it bluntly. Because I should have known better, but kept on in my foolish ways.
---Cynthia_1 on 4/3/07

I have often stated about my walk with the Lord..."If my walk was as good as my talk; I'd be doing wonders for Jesus!"
It's my goal that the 2 will match up to the glory of my Father.
---Mishon on 4/3/07

michael,I know many who have been saved for years and yet their walk never reveals to on lookers that the spirit has overcome the flesh in their lives.IDOLS? do we put are time into our needs ,our wants, our desires? or the people around us?jesus had a life until he entered his ministry,then for the most part it was about the people around him.I believe thats the part we as christians miss about being saved.
---tom2 on 3/11/07

michael, part2, after the apostles were filled with the holy spirit and jesus had ascended,they to went out into the world and lived with, or walked a path of self sacrifice and service too others,much like jesus had done.during jesus,s ministry they complained almost everytime he did something,or asked questions they didn,t understand. they were always confused.the walk is impossible without being filled and obidient,too the holy spirit.then you wont matter,only jesus and the people who need him.
---tom2 on 3/11/07

don,t believe everything.I believe satan is desparately trying to insert a wedge between believers.its one of his best deceptions.the old divide and conquer thing.personally we all are at different stages in our walks with the lord,and should realize it.those who are long in their walk and have survived many, many attacks,and those young believers who need uplifted,HEY LETS WALK TOGETHER, what do you say.?
---tom2 on 3/10/07

This statement will not suffice." I may not be perfect, but I try my very best" for our very best efforts will only lead to hell. On the other hand if you are totally depending on what the Lord Jesus Christ has done for you you are as the kids say, "home free" safe and secure from all alarm!!!
---Mima on 3/10/07

A Christian wouldn't even ask this type of question, which tells me a great deal.
So ask yourself, are you a Christian?
Are you a fake?

No longer a member of the LDS church
---Michael on 3/9/07

I am going through the motions, I have to admit.
---Dave on 3/9/07

Michael, so greatly worded. I do walk the walk. I do love the Lord.
great question!
---Crystal on 3/9/07

This is a very good question. And yes, I walk the walk. I may not be perfect, but I try my very best. I am in constant communion with God, I obey His will, not only in the letter, but also the Spirit.

We are fast approaching a time when we will be condemned for our faith. Not with lions or crucifixions, but with legal action and ridicule. I need to show my children that faith is not a matter of convenience or a verbal statement, it is a lifestyle choice with future benefits.
---lorra8574 on 3/9/07

ALL Christians? Are you aware that there are people who believe they're Christians and are not? I believe the "True" Christians are called "Believers."

The question you should be asking is: IF you are a Christian, are you totally obeying God's word? and doing it? Are you living in fornication? Are you stealing? Are you forgiving your enemies? Are you full of bitterness towards someone? Do you Enter His gates with Thanksgiving and His Courts with Praise every day when you pray?
---donna6598 on 3/9/07

Do you want us to brag, get into pride, over this questian? I am still awalking now, for nearly seven years. And that is saying alot and what the power of God can do.
---catherine on 3/9/07

40 years ago it started with a simple prayer. I've never left Him and He's never left me. For my wife it was 34 years ago. Same thing. We've taught Sunday school, supervised and taught in Christian school, minister in care homes, on the street, evangelized in different countries and are pastoring a church for the last 20 years. It all started with a prayer that many think nothing of.
---john on 3/9/07

Well praise the Lord I'm a born-again, washed in the blood Christian. And because I want to be realistic and truthful my answer is I do not walk the walk all the time.
---Mima on 3/9/07

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I walk the walk most certainly. I pray that everywhere I go, someone will see the Light of Jesus in me, and say to themselves, there is something different about her. I agree some are so called christians, and couldn't pray a fly off of a horse. they can fake some people sometimes, but they can't fake their walk with God anytime.
---Rebecca_D on 3/9/07

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