We are living in a time where immorality is rampant and it seems holiness isn’t much of a thought. Before I go farther, I try to not judge others and I believe strongly in grace however, with that said, the United States of America is filled with immorality in the lives of Christians and that’s one reason our country is where it is today.
Folks, it’s very simple; the Bible teaches how to live Godly lives. But in our day, we have set that aside. We have made wrong right and right wrong.
In the book of Jeremiah, the prophet told Israel, “Stop at the crossroads and look around, Ask for the old, godly way, and walk in it… Travel its path, and you will find rest for your souls…”
Think about what Jeremiah said, “the old, Godly way…”
What does it mean to live “the Godly way.” It means to live holy lives. That doesn’t mean we are perfect but it does mean we are striving to live for Jesus. If we are trying to live holy lives, when we sin, it will bother us. Today, sin is accepted.
We will watch our mouths. We won’t use profanity… we won’t use the “F” word. We won’t gossip. We won’t lie.
We will give ten percent of our income to the local church. We will find a way to serve in the local church. We will try to help others.
All of these things and more is what it means to live “the Godly way.”
Christians… we need to get back to living “the Godly way.” There should be a difference in our lives. I’m not talking about being judgmental. I’m talking about genuinely, sincerely, living for Jesus.
Today, join me in living the Godly way.
“While passing through this world of sin,
And others your life shall view.
Be clean, be pure, without, within,
Let others see Jesus in you.”