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Filled with Compassion
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Patience to See it Through I Daily Walk Devotion
Patience to See it Through
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Walk in Obedience I Daily Walk Devotion
Walk in Obedience
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Glorify God with Our Bodies I Daily Walk Devotion
Glorify God with Our Bodies
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Is That the Best Choice I Daily Walk Devotion
Is That the Best Choice?
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Silver Never Satisfies I Daily Walk Devotion
Silver Never Satisfies
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Watch Your Step I Daily Walk Devotion
Watch Your Step
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Spring Cleaning
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Time for a New Work I Daily Walk Devotion
Time for a New Work
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Two are Better than One I Daily Walk Devotion
Two are Better than One
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Give Credit Where Credit is Due I Daily Walk Devotion
Give Credit Where Credit is Due
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Understand the Gift I Daily Walk Devotion
Understand the Gift
03/07/2019
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Avoid the Drama I Daily Walk Devotion
Avoid the Drama
03/06/2019
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Showing Restraint I Daily Walk Devotion
Showing Restraint
03/05/2019
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Nothing New Under the Sun I Daily Walk Devotion
Nothing New Under the Sun
03/04/2019
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I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Ephesians 4:1-3

Reaching the World

Did you know that Daily Walk Devotion ministers to people in over 50 countries on a weekly basis? Besides the United States, this devotion is read by people in the Philippines, South America, Saudi Arabia, and India. We are so thankful that this daily devotion is able to impact so many people on a daily basis. Did you know that you can get the devotion emailed to your inbox every weekday? Click here and fill out the form and it will be sent to you free of charge five times a week. Make sure to share it with those you know and like us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our faith in Jesus Christ is a Daily Walk

The Apostle Paul used ‘walking” often in his writings, to refer to our journey with Christ. “Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time because the days are evil. Ephesians 5:15-16” Being a disciple isn’t a one-time event or something we do every once in a while, it is the daily interaction with Him. It is the step by step, one foot in front of the other walk that brings spiritual growth. It begins with the first step of salvation and continues daily by us walking with Christ.

Daily scripture reading is essential to our growth

One of the most important ways that we walk with Jesus is to read our bible. Daily scripture reading is essential to our growth as a Christian and a daily devotion can help with that. Daily Walk Devotion is about helping you take your next step of faith.

It is that daily encouragement from scripture that will help you understand the Word of God and encourage you in your faith. Every weekday there will be a devotion posted on the website that is taken from scripture. Committing to reading your bible every day is a vital spiritual discipline. Adding a daily devotion to that can inspire and sustain you as you go about your day.

Guiding you to your next step of faith

The Daily Walk Devotion’s mission is to help you take your next step of faith by writing devotions that challenge and inspire you to walk with Jesus. You don’t have to go fast; you need to keep walking. So get up and get going. Start today. Subscribe to the email list and have the devotions sent directly to your inbox. Download the app and read it right on your mobile device. Like us on Facebook and don’t forget to comment when a particular devotion ministers to you.

Chuck Musselwhite daily walk devotion

Chuck Musselwhite
Lead Pastor of The Village Chapel

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