What does it mean to walk with God? Are we capable of walking with God? Enoch, was one of those people, the Bible mentions, that walked with God. His life was characterized by His love for God. Let us all seek the Lord in our lives. To walk with God means to have the Lord in our hearts. Our desires are formed according to His will. We seek His counsel in all things. We read the Bible and live by God’s Word. Our hearts are knit with the Lord. God is most important in our lives. Our hearts are filled with love for others. Without even thinking, we do kind deeds for others. Being kind is just part of our nature. We share His message with the world for it is life changing. Our minds are caught up in the Lord. We love to praise Jesus. We thank Him daily for the cross. We repent daily when we falter. Each day is another day to live for God. Prayer is the most important part of our day.
Oh Lord, you are everything to me. You light up my life. You bring me joy. Your Word feeds my soul. I am alive in your love. Thank you for rescuing me from a life of sin. I am free. My chains are gone. You are so merciful and kind. It’s because of your sacrifice on the cross that I am forgiven. Thank you so much for dying for me. You give me courage for another day. I’ve felt your amazing grace and it has changed my life. I can’t hold the praise I feel for You in my heart. I love to sing to You Lord. You are my King and I will worship You. I live each day to follow You. The Spirit gives me direction in my life. I would be so lost without You. You give me courage to overcome trials. You give me strength when I am week. To walk with You is an eternal blessing. I am safe because you are with me. I love your presence. My heart sings hallelujah to your name. I love You and praise your Holy Name.
21 Enoch lived sixty-five years, and begot Methuselah.
22 After he begot Methuselah, Enoch walked with God three hundred years, and had sons and daughters.
23 So all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty-five years.
24 And Enoch walked with God; and he was not, for God took him