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post Mar 14 2010, 07:06 PM
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Scripture Text: Hebrews 11:8-10

Abraham is one of the people in the Old Testament who have had a great impact on my spiritual walk. In his life, I see the necessity of living by faith.

Separation is oftentimes a part of our development as Christians. Before we can take on something new, the Lord may ask us to let go of something we already have.

In Genesis 12:1-3, God told Abraham he was going on a journey that would require leaving his country, his people, and his father's household. Obedience meant saying goodbye to relationships and things dear to him. The only family that traveled with him were his wife and nephew;
the life he knew in his homeland was left behind. But this godly man did not hesitate for his strong faith enabled him to say yes.

Moving ahead in the midst of uncertainty can be another aspect of following the Lord. Abraham was told to travel without knowing his destination. Try to imagine explaining to friends that you are moving away but have no idea where you are going. This lack of detail did not stop Abraham. Unwavering trust in his heavenly Father enabled him to answer the divine call wholeheartedly-even though specific details were lacking. Abraham was spiritually ready to answer affirmatively when God called.

Following God requires living by FAITH. That means: trusting the Holy Spirit to guide us when we don't see how all the pieces fit together ( John 16:13); believing that God always works for our good and His glory ( Rom 8:28); and desiring to please our Father.
Will you be ready when He calls?

By Dr Charles Stanley
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