Walking is such a natural part of life for so many of us that we seldom think about the process involved. We just go, and one step somehow leads to another. But if we ever encounter an injury, or develop some other physical handicap, walking suddenly isn’t so simple. Even a slight injury to the ankle, for example, throws our normal mechanics out the window as we try to move with as little pain as possible. What we once didn’t even giveBe Still_1 a second thought to can easily become a painful challenge.

The Bible often uses the analogy of walking to describe the relationship a believer has with God. We walk with Him, in Him, and by Him. And just like our physical walking abilities, sometimes we don’t give our spiritual walk a second thought. This Sunday at Liberty Hill, though, the process of walking in the Spirit will be the focus of our attention. As we continue in our “Be Still” series, we’ll be considering what it means to have the Spirit of God living within us, helping us choose the right path in life, and then enabling us to walk that path. Join us at 9:30 AM for Sunday School, and 10:30 AM for our worship service as we take the time to learn how to walk!

Alos, make sure you plan to stay for lunch as we enjoy our annual fish fry after service. We’ll be providing the fish and hot dogs, but the side dishes and desserts are all potluck.

Grace Received,

Joe Payne