Watching How We Walk Mark Rantz
“Pay close attention to how you walk—not as unwise people but as wise. Make the most of your time because the days are evil.” – Ephesians 5:15-16 (TLV)
In this passage, Sha’ul reminds us that as believers we are called to rise from our slumber and complacency, so that Messiah Himself might shine upon us. As in the days when Sha’ul wrote his letter to the Messianic community in Ephesus, today we live in a world filled with great confusion and deception and great demonic cloaking. Here our Shaliach provides great insight, while instructing that,
- We must look carefully as to how we “walk” in this life.
- We lead our lives in wisdom and understanding.
- We are to make the most of our days well because the days are evil.
Within Sha’ul’s letter to the Ephesians, he speaks with a prophetic sense of clarity and urgency for the sake of the Kingdom.
Unfortunately, in our world, far too many are consumed with self and indifference with regards the struggles and tragedies others face within the world. It is not that such people lack compassion for the circumstances of those who are hurting, yet many feel powerless in the face of misery and despair. As a result, many do nothing and yet suffer in silence because of their inaction.
Read the full article here: April ’22 Issue 8