Walk Humble is a conversation, hosted by Brandon Cox, about life, faith, and relationships among people who admit they don’t have all the answers. Humble is a frame of mind, a state of being, and a way of living life. We walk life’s pathway with a sense of humility about who we are in relationship to God, self, and others. We will stumble and stray, but humility and love will restore us and guide us home.
God is incredibly compassionate about our pain and patient with our doubt. It is his patience and goodness that draw us back into deeper levels of relationship with him.
The spiritual journey we’re all on, whether we asked to be on this journey or not, is anything but simple. I see a life of faith unfolding in at least three movements.
Spiritual awakening can be more than a moment; it can be a lifestyle. And it can be more than a personal, individual experience with God in mystical terms. Spiritual awakening can be a process whereby, over time, we leave behind the old life, the old us, and the old nature and put on the life of Christ instead.
Trying to fit in will always create stress in your life. Creating a life in which you truly belong will always lead you to freedom.
What did Jesus really mean when he said we couldn’t see the kingdom of God unless we were born again, or that God loved the world by sending his son to save it? We have to start by removing many of our wrong assumptions and approaching Jesus in a fresh way.
These three values or actions of doing justice, loving mercy or kindness, and walking humbly with God give us the ultimate framework for relating to our world. I can navigate anything if I do so while living out these three values. And here’s the beautiful part: It’s SO simple.
The Walk Humble podcast exists to stimulate an ongoing conversation about life, faith, and relationships among people who don’t know everything.