Devotionals

Follow up on absolutely inspiring devotionals daily, that will set perspective on your day and enable you understand the Word of God on a whole new level.

Wall of Prayer

Have a prayer request? Post it on our wall of prayer and together, we shall pray for you. We love prayer because we know it works.

Have a Question?

The lovely folk of Walk the Same would love to take the time to get in touch with you. We welcome questions or even requests for a chat. We like dialogue.

We are super excited to announce our very own Walk the Same app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Read articles on the go & get our devotionals sent right into your device. Find out answers to your Christian related & life application questions in our growing library of articles. OUT NOW!!!

OUT NOW!! : Walk the Same App for iOS

Morbi eget ipsum at nisi mattis facilisis a vitae augue. Nunc in dolor ipsum, eu sagittis sem. Vivamus luctus rutrum interdum. Curabitur nec nisi sem. Pellentesque eget ante nibh. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.

Cras ante libero, ullamcorper et feugiat ac, venenatis vitae neque. Vestibulum condimentum dignissim ante eget gravida.

July 28, 2014 13 notes Reblog
omnipreasens:

You Are My Hope
He is our Hope, and just as He continually holds onto us, we must stay steadfast and continue persevering and holding onto Him. He is the only hope that we have in this world, because He never fails us. 
Hillsong Young & Free is giving out free handwritten lyrics on their website, and I thought I’d get them, and put them to use! This lyric comes from the song “Lifeline”, and although I would say this is one of my favorites on the album, I’d be lying, because I truly deeply love every song on their album. 

omnipreasens:

You Are My Hope

He is our Hope, and just as He continually holds onto us, we must stay steadfast and continue persevering and holding onto Him. He is the only hope that we have in this world, because He never fails us. 

Hillsong Young & Free is giving out free handwritten lyrics on their website, and I thought I’d get them, and put them to use! This lyric comes from the song “Lifeline”, and although I would say this is one of my favorites on the album, I’d be lying, because I truly deeply love every song on their album. 

July 27, 2014 77 notes Reblog
Be the Light
"You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden; or does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house.… - Matthew 5:14-15
In the verse quoted above, Christ clearly tells us that as Christians, we are to go out and make Him known by living as He did. By living as Christ and walking in His ways, we allow others around us to see Christ work in our lives. Living by example is one of the many ways to show others how amazing and powerful our God is. 
Let us live by example and show the world that Christ lives to this day and is powerfully at work in our everyday lives.
____________________________________________
Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)
Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement
Posted & Edited by: James \ Walk the Same

Be the Light

"You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden; or does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house.… - Matthew 5:14-15

In the verse quoted above, Christ clearly tells us that as Christians, we are to go out and make Him known by living as He did. By living as Christ and walking in His ways, we allow others around us to see Christ work in our lives. Living by example is one of the many ways to show others how amazing and powerful our God is. 

Let us live by example and show the world that Christ lives to this day and is powerfully at work in our everyday lives.

____________________________________________

Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Photo Credit: Haley \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

Posted & Edited by: James Walk the Same

July 27, 2014 2 notes Reblog
There is only one who Never Changes
“For I the Lord do not change.” + Malachi 3:6
It is well for us that, amidst all the variableness of life, there is One whom change cannot affect; One whose heart can never alter, and on whose brow mutability can make no furrows. All things else have changed—all things are changing. The sun itself grows dim with age; the world is waxing old; the folding up of the worn-out vesture has commenced; the heavens and earth must soon pass away; they shall perish, they shall wax old as doth a garment; but there is One only who has immortality, of whose years there is no end, and in whose person there is no change.
The delight which the mariner feels, when, after having been tossed about for many a day, he steps again upon the solid shore, is the satisfaction of a Christian when, amidst all the changes of this troublous life, he rests the foot of his faith upon this truth—“I am the Lord, I change not.”
The stability which the anchor gives the ship when it has at last obtained a holdfast, is like that which the Christian’s hope affords him when it fixes itself upon this glorious truth. With God “is no variation or shadow due to change.” Whatever his attributes were of old, they are now; his power, his wisdom, his justice, his truth, are alike unchanged. He has ever been the refuge of his people, their stronghold in the day of trouble, and he is their sure Helper still. He is unchanged in his love. He has loved his people with “an everlasting love”; he loves them now as much as ever he did, and when all earthly things shall have melted in the last conflagration, his love will still wear the dew of its youth. Precious is the assurance that he changes not! The wheel of providence revolves, but its axle is eternal love.
 Death and change are busy ever,Man decays, and ages move;
But his mercy waneth never;God is wisdom, God is love.
____________________________________________
Devotional Series Adpatation: Morning and Evening
Posted by: Anna \ Walk the Same

There is only one who Never Changes

“For I the Lord do not change.” + Malachi 3:6

It is well for us that, amidst all the variableness of life, there is One whom change cannot affect; One whose heart can never alter, and on whose brow mutability can make no furrows. All things else have changed—all things are changing. The sun itself grows dim with age; the world is waxing old; the folding up of the worn-out vesture has commenced; the heavens and earth must soon pass away; they shall perish, they shall wax old as doth a garment; but there is One only who has immortality, of whose years there is no end, and in whose person there is no change.

The delight which the mariner feels, when, after having been tossed about for many a day, he steps again upon the solid shore, is the satisfaction of a Christian when, amidst all the changes of this troublous life, he rests the foot of his faith upon this truth—“I am the Lord, I change not.”

The stability which the anchor gives the ship when it has at last obtained a holdfast, is like that which the Christian’s hope affords him when it fixes itself upon this glorious truth. With God “is no variation or shadow due to change.” Whatever his attributes were of old, they are now; his power, his wisdom, his justice, his truth, are alike unchanged. He has ever been the refuge of his people, their stronghold in the day of trouble, and he is their sure Helper still. He is unchanged in his love. He has loved his people with “an everlasting love”; he loves them now as much as ever he did, and when all earthly things shall have melted in the last conflagration, his love will still wear the dew of its youth. Precious is the assurance that he changes not! The wheel of providence revolves, but its axle is eternal love.

 Death and change are busy ever,
Man decays, and ages move;

But his mercy waneth never;
God is wisdom, God is love.

____________________________________________

Devotional Series Adpatation: Morning and Evening

Posted by: Anna Walk the Same

July 27, 2014 11 notes Reblog
Let me Hear Your Voice
“O you who dwell in the gardens, with companions listening for your voice; let me hear it.” + Song of Solomon 8:13
My sweet Lord Jesus remembers well the garden of Gethsemane, and although he has left that garden, he now dwells in the garden of his church: there heunbosoms himself to those who keep his blessed company. That voice of love with which he speaks to his beloved is more musical than the harps of heaven. There is a depth of melodious love within it which leaves all human music far behind.
Tens of thousands on earth, and millions above, are indulged with its harmonious accents. Some whom I well know, and whom I greatly envy, are at this moment hearkening to the beloved voice. O that I were a partaker of their joys! It is true some of these are poor, others bedridden, and some near the gates of death, but O my Lord, I would cheerfully starve with them, pine with them, or die with them, if I might but hear your voice.
Once I did hear it often, but I have grieved your Spirit. Return unto me in compassion, and once again say unto me, “I am your salvation.” No other voice can content me; I know your voice, and cannot be deceived by another, let me hear it, I pray you. I know not what you will say, neither do I make any condition, O my Beloved, do but let me hear you speak, and if it be a rebuke I will bless you for it. Perhaps to cleanse my dull ear may need an operation very grievous to the flesh, but let it cost what it may; I turn not from the one consuming desire, cause me to hear your voice.
Bore my ear afresh; pierce my ear with your harshest notes, only do not permit me to continue deaf to your calls. Tonight, Lord, grant your unworthy one his desire, for I am yours, and you have bought me with your blood. You have opened mine eye to see you, and the sight has saved me. Lord, open my ear. I have read your heart, now let me hear your lips.
____________________________________________
Devotional Series: Morning & Evening
Posted by: Kira \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

Let me Hear Your Voice

“O you who dwell in the gardens, with companions listening for your voice; let me hear it.” + Song of Solomon 8:13

My sweet Lord Jesus remembers well the garden of Gethsemane, and although he has left that garden, he now dwells in the garden of his church: there heunbosoms himself to those who keep his blessed company. That voice of love with which he speaks to his beloved is more musical than the harps of heaven. There is a depth of melodious love within it which leaves all human music far behind.

Tens of thousands on earth, and millions above, are indulged with its harmonious accents. Some whom I well know, and whom I greatly envy, are at this moment hearkening to the beloved voice. O that I were a partaker of their joys! It is true some of these are poor, others bedridden, and some near the gates of death, but O my Lord, I would cheerfully starve with them, pine with them, or die with them, if I might but hear your voice.

Once I did hear it often, but I have grieved your Spirit. Return unto me in compassion, and once again say unto me, “I am your salvation.” No other voice can content me; I know your voice, and cannot be deceived by another, let me hear it, I pray you. I know not what you will say, neither do I make any condition, O my Beloved, do but let me hear you speak, and if it be a rebuke I will bless you for it. Perhaps to cleanse my dull ear may need an operation very grievous to the flesh, but let it cost what it may; I turn not from the one consuming desire, cause me to hear your voice.

Bore my ear afresh; pierce my ear with your harshest notes, only do not permit me to continue deaf to your calls. Tonight, Lord, grant your unworthy one his desire, for I am yours, and you have bought me with your blood. You have opened mine eye to see you, and the sight has saved me. Lord, open my ear. I have read your heart, now let me hear your lips.

____________________________________________

Devotional Series: Morning & Evening

Posted by: Kira \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

July 26, 2014 16 notes Reblog
Set Me Free!
Though we were born into sin, because of Christ dying on the cross - we are set free!! He now lives in us, and us in Him! Isn’t that just such a great thing to be reminded of? We should always be celebrating Christ’s victory for us every moment of everyday. Why? Because we can now live with Him everyday, and everyday is an awesome party for and with Jesus!
____________________________________________
Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)
Photo Credit: Ibrahim \  Personal // Walk the Same 
Posted & Type by: Jude \ Personal // Walk the Same

Set Me Free!

Though we were born into sin, because of Christ dying on the cross - we are set free!! He now lives in us, and us in Him! Isn’t that just such a great thing to be reminded of? We should always be celebrating Christ’s victory for us every moment of everyday. Why? Because we can now live with Him everyday, and everyday is an awesome party for and with Jesus!

____________________________________________

Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Photo Credit: Ibrahim \  Personal // Walk the Same 

Posted & Type by: Jude Personal // Walk the Same

Meet the team

We love God and we are passionate about making Jesus famous. Here at Walk the Same, our goal is to reach out to people from all over the world and spread the message of God's love and grace in the hope that everyone may know that Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and Life.

Jude

Co-Founder / Blogger

Brittney

Co-Founder / Blogger

Elle

Admin / Blogger

Kira

Blogger

Jessica

Bible Study Leader / Blogger

Bradley

Blogger

James

Project Admin

Kaylie

Blogger

Haley Johnson

Photographer

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Join the Team

#

Our Partners

Latest Tweets

All rights reserved © Walk the Same 2013Walk the Same designed by Walk the Same Collected