Ever find yourself reading a passage of scripture for the umpteenth time and then suddenly it means something?

It’s exactly what happened to me last week regarding 2 Corinthians 5:7.

So there I was reading this same ol’ same ol’ passage when, bam, it’s as if someone shone a spotlight on my Bible.

My eyes were opened.
My heart expanded.
My mind noticed this one seemingly insignificant word.

We.

We walk by faith.

It’s easy to highlight words like “walk” and “faith” because they belong in the powerhouse category for spiritual vocabulary. But all too often we forget that God does not ask us to walk our faith alone. He gives us support if we are willing to receive it, accept it and fully embrace it.

It means we need to ditch the mentality “I walk by faith”, let down our guards, reach out for help, and ask people to walk through life with us.

Flip “me” into “we.”

So do you have it?

Do you have a “we” category in your life?

If not, I’m betting you’re going to have a pretty difficult time walking through the remainder of that scripture.

”For we walk by faith, not by sight.”

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