Once a child read the Gospel of John, he or she begins to grow. An important step in this process is learning to walk. The same is true spiritually. The child of God must learn to walk with God. To describe the Christian life as “walking with God” indicates that Christianity is a relationship that is going somewhere every day, if only one step at a time. Micah, the Old Testament prophet, said you should “walk humble with your God” (Micah 6:8).

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WALKING WITH GOD

Once a child read the Gospel of John, he or she begins to grow. An important step in this process is learning to walk. The same is true spiritually. The child of God must learn to walk with God. To describe the Christian life as “walking with God” indicates that Christianity is a relationship that is going somewhere every day, if only one step at a time. Micah, the Old Testament prophet, said you should “walk humble with your God” (Micah 6:8).
1. As you read the Gospel of John, you may have noticed several different expressions that mean the same as walking with God. What are some of these?
a) John 1:37 _______________________________________________________________________________
b) John 2:5 ________________________________________________________________________________
c) John 5:14 _______________________________________________________________________________
d) John 8:12 _______________________________________________________________________________

2. Who doesn’t want you to walk with God? (1Peter 5:8) _____________________________________

3. What did the devil do in Mathew 4:1? ____________________________________________________

4. Did Jesus give in to temptation? (Hebrew 4:15) __________________________________________
Are temptation and sin the same? ___________________________________________________________
(Note: Temptation says, “Will you? “Sin says, “I will”)

5. What should you do when the devil attacks you? (James 4:7) ______________________________

6. In your own words, what is sin? (See 1 John 3:4 and James 4:17,) ________________________

7. Isaiah 59:2 says, “But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have
hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.”
The only thing that can separate me from God is ____________________________________________

8. Can Christ give you the power to keep you from sinning deliberately?
(1 John 3:9) _______________________________________________________________________________
Why? _______________________________________________________________________________________
According to John 1:9 and 2:1, if you do sin what should you do? ___________________________

9. Read 1 Corinthians 10:13. What does this verse say God promises to do when you are tempted
or tested? ______________________________________________________________________________

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