What is the CrossWalk?

Posted: November 14, 2012 in Christianity
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cross-walk
[kraws-wawk, kros-]
noun


– a path or road that one chooses to take on a daily basis, to live as an imitator of Jesus Christ, to act out to a higher standard of living, choosing to uphold values and character, showing the love of God through actions, not merely by the words that we speak.
   Anyone can see someone in need of something and say ” bless you brother” and walk away leaving them empty-handed. The CrossWalk challenges you to take action and take the time to see what the person is in need of. The CrossWalk is more than going to church and saying, “God bless you” when someone sneezes. It’s having a daily, personal relationship with God. It’s having devotional time everyday by praying and spending time reading your bible. The Bible says in Romans 12:2 ‘Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.’ It’s says to renew your mind. How do you do that? You renew your mind by reading your bible and thinking about yourself the way God thinks of you. God sees you through the eyes of Jesus, He see’s you through the eyes of love. He looks at you with all your faults and short comings and he tells you that you are a child of God, that you have right standing with Him and that you are holy and blameless before him. You need to get the revelation of how God sees you, before you can see someone else like God does. That is the CrossWalk seeing others the way God sees them.

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