“..as they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus himself came up and walked along with them; but they were kept from recognizing him…” Luke 24:13-35.
We follow in the Apostles footsteps, though on a far distant shore, yet, like them, we walk with Christ. We sit at His feet in our personal synagogue hanging on His every word. We often find ourselves in the wilderness seeking solace for our journey through quiet times and new insights into the One who was and will always be – eternally “God”.
Never stop walking with Christ, dear friend, no matter where He leads. In His fantastical vision of name-less creatures, of trumpets, angels, and saints dressed in white casting their golden crowns at the feet of Jesus, John the Revelator walked with Christ. How can God take care of the world, yet at the same time, love and hold me in my time of need? Like the evangelists/fishermen before us, we get into our little boats and raise anchor for parts unknown, hoping and trusting that Jesus is not asleep. Some today believe He is asleep, but no, the Lord’s Christ is very much alive, and He longs to walk with us, guiding us towards a sanctuary of peace, joy, and fulfillment.
You see, sir and ma, to fully understand the Gospel (and Jesus), we must ‘walk-out’ the Gospel each and every day. The Gospel, the truth about God and Jesus, has the power to break the fetters and bondage that life and the enemy have brought us.