If you are new on your journey with the Lord, I know your heart’s desire is  to walk with God. Just like a Christian who has been on the journey for a long time. God loves it when we desire to seek Him. To love Him. To walk in His footsteps.

I remember what that was like when I was a new baby Christian. Every day I wanted to be more like Him. Not knowing that I am just like God. The bible says,

“You shall walk in all the way that the Lord your God has commanded you, that you may live, and that it may go well with you, and that you may live long in the land that you shall possess.” – Deuteronomy 5:33

If you go on a walk with your best friend, you are laughing and talking with each other? You are sharing things that are on your mind and listening to your friend do the same as you head to your destination. You stay focused on what each other is saying and do not get distracted.

As believers in Christ, we can walk with God throughout our entire lifetime, walking and talking with Him. Telling Him things He already know about you. God loves to be in relationship with us, and we can converse with Him through prayer and reading His Word, hearing His love and gaining His wisdom for us as we live our lives here on the earth (Psalm 32:81 John 3:1).

Walking with God means you are in agreement with Him and His ways (Amos 3:3). No one is perfect, but when you are walking with God your desire should be to see your own selfish desires die for the sake of seeing God transform you more and more into the image of His Son: “

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17.

When you consistently walk with God, others can see, that you have been with Jesus.

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What Does It Means by Walking with God?

How many of us invited God to “walk with us” on a daily basic? How do you begin to walk with God?

The same can be said of a relationship with God. There are times when you feel great joy, passion, and excitement about being a Christian. And there are times when you don’t feel it. But that doesn’t mean you say, “Well, that’s it. I’m not going to follow Christ anymore.”

The Bible doesn’t say, “The just shall live by feelings.” Rather, it says, “The just shall live by faith” (Romans 1:17 NKJV).

Feelings change but walking with God takes faith. It takes commitment. And it takes consistency.

The Bible tells us about a man who walked with God for many years. His name was Enoch, and I want to look at some secrets from his life that we can apply in our lives as well.

To walk with God means that you and God agree. It’s a relationship just like a close friend. You are on the same path and going the same directions.

Amos 3:3 says, “Can two walks together, unless they are agreed?”

Walking with God means that I surrender to His will. You don’t have to be perfect to walk with God, but your heart’s desire is to be pleasing to God and you’re willing to follow His Word.

6 Amazing Women who Walked with God

We come from a line of strong women. Women of power and strengths. Every one of these women showed themselves to be brave and strong in very dangerous situations. Everyone showed incredible trust in God and amazing faithfulness. There are many examples of women of faith in the Bible, and we can learn much by studying their stories.


Rahab was a woman with a bad reputation in the ancient city of Jericho, where two spies from Israel had gone to check out the land and see if they could conquer it. Rahab was a Canaanite, but she trusted in Israel’s God.

When the spies came to Jericho, the bible said that she hid them on the roof of her house which was built into the city wall. When the king’s messengers came to ask about the spies, Rahab misguided them, sending them on a wild goose chase down the road that led to the Jordan River.

She told the spies that she knew the Lord had given them the land of Canaan. She had heard all that God had done for them at the Red Sea and all the battles He had won for them.

She asked them to spare her family because she had protected them, then she let them down by a rope through a window. When Israel took over Jericho, they spared Rahab and her whole family just as they had promised.

Rahab became the mother of Boaz, and the great-great-grandmother of King David. So, Rahab, the foreigner and sinner became part of the line of Jesus Christ Himself, because of her great trust in God and faithfulness to His people.

Rahab showed herself to be brave, bold, strong, and loyal to God in spite of great danger from the king of her own city, Jericho.

She recognized God’s greatness just from the stories she had heard and chose whose side she wanted to be on. Rahab chose to follow God when no one else in her city did and she was the only one in her city saved because of it.

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1 NIV


Ruth was a young Moabite woman, married to an Israelite man who had come to Moab with his parents and brother because there was a famine in Israel. When all three men of the family died, Ruth refused to leave her mother-in-law Naomi to return to her parents’ house and find a new husband to support her.

It was almost certain that staying with Naomi would lead to both of them living in poverty, and yet she refused to leave Naomi to suffer alone. Ruth committed to follow Naomi back to Israel and to follow Naomi’s God.

When they returned to Israel, Ruth worked hard gleaning the fields to provide for herself and Naomi. She humbled herself before the kinsman-redeemer of Naomi’s family, Boaz, offering herself to him in marriage, asking him to fulfill the Levirate law of redeeming his dead relative’s land and wife.

Ruth became the mother of Obed, and the great-grandmother of King David. So, like Rahab, the foreigner Ruth became part of the line of Jesus Christ Himself, because of her great loyalty, faithfulness, and love.

Ruth showed herself to be loyal to Naomi and trusting of God. She was humble and kind, but also bold and strong in the way she provided for herself and Naomi and approached Boaz for marriage.

Boaz praised her for following God’s law and for her kindness and loyalty. He said that everyone in their town found her to be a woman of noble character.


Deborah was both a prophet and a judge, a strong and brave leader over all of Israel. Before Israel had kings, judges were the top leaders in Israel. Judges were primarily military leaders sent by God to rescue Israel from foreign armies, but because she was a prophet too, Deborah also held court and judged between the people as Moses had done.

The Israelites were not following God when Deborah became the judge over Israel, but she led them back to Him. Deborah was strong and brave and trusted God completely.

God told Deborah to command Barak, one of the generals of the Lord’s army, to go into battle against Sisera, the commander of the enemy army. God promised He would deliver Sisera into Barak’s hands.

But Barak said he would only go if Deborah went with him. Deborah agreed but said that since he didn’t trust God to go without her, God would actually deliver Sisera into a woman’s hands instead.

It was a woman named Jael who killed Sisera. Then Israel enjoyed peace under Deborah’s rule for 40 years.

Deborah showed herself to be strong, brave, wise, and faithful to God. When others were doing evil, she followed the Lord and listened to His word.

When others feared the enemy armies, she was brave and trusted God. She judged the people in the wisdom given to her from God and she led the people back to the Lord.


Esther was a brave and strong queen who saved the entire nation of Israel. In the time of the Exile, when the Jews were living under Persian rule, King Xerxes got upset with his queen and decided to search the land for a new queen.

Esther was chosen for her beauty and grace, though Xerxes never knew she was a Jew. Esther was an orphan who was being raised by her cousin Mordecai, who worked for Xerxes at the palace.

One of the king’s advisors, Haman, didn’t like Mordecai and decided he would convince Xerxes to kill off all of the Jews in the empire. Haman convinced Xerxes that the Jews were troublemakers and needed to be killed.

Mordecai told Esther to talk the king out of it, but Esther was worried. No one, even the queen, talked to the king without being invited.

Mordecai convinced her that God had put her in her position as queen for just this very reason. Esther gathered all of her courage, and told the king about Haman’s plot. and Esther’s people were saved!

Esther showed herself to be brave and strong in the face of great danger. She trusted God and followed His calling on her life. God used her to save the entire nation of Israel from being destroyed.

Mary Mother of Jesus – The Mother

Scripture: Luke 1-2

Mary was young when God chose her to carry the baby that would save the world. She was approached by angels, wise men came to visit her son, and she witnessed her son being crucified for sins he did not commit. Her faith sustained her through these times, and though imperfect, she handled the miraculous and the traumatic with a heart that trusted in God.

Zipporah – The Deliverer’s Deliverer

There, he met and married a woman named Zipporah (who the Bible lists as a Cushite. The ancient land of Cush is believed to be in Ethiopia, so it’s highly likely she was a woman of color).

God calls Moses to rescue His people, and so he sets out with his family. The only problem? Moses put the cart before the horse. Failing to properly circumcise his son (the ancient sign of commitment between God and His people), the Bible says God rose up to kill Moses in the night. Who saved him? Zipporah.

She acted quickly, circumcising their son, and saving Moses from divine wrath. Without her, the story of Exodus turns out much different.

Zipporah’s story is found in Exodus 2-4.

Who Walked with God in the Bible?

“Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation. Noah walked with God” (Gen 6:9), however God told Noah “I will bring a flood of waters upon the earth to destroy all flesh in which is the breath of life under heaven. Everything that is on the earth shall die” (Gen 6:17). Noah and his family walked with God and so they survived the flood, but the rest of mankind was not in agreement, except for the fact “that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually” (Gen 6:5).

Enoch Walked with God

Walking with God starts with a relationship. It is a relationship in which we are rightly related to God by faith (John 3:16), and one that continues in faith (2 Cor. 5:7), trusting Him in all things (Prov. 3:5-6). 

Enoch walked with God. This means, Enoch didn’t walk ahead of Him, and he didn’t walk behind Him…but He walked with God. What does it mean to walk with God?

Enoch walked with God; then he was no more because God took him away.”  ~ Genesis 5:24

I believe it means that we don’t get ahead of what God has in store for us or His will for our lives and we don’t take steps according to our own will but get in step with God’s will. It also means we obey the Lord. We can’t hear what God may be telling us if we’re way out ahead of His will or we’re out of fellowship with Him. We can’t walk with God if we’re not doing what He commands and fall behind His prescribed will for our lives. When this happens, we are going to stumble. We know that God opens doors that no one can open and closes doors that are not good for us to walk through, so if we are walking with God, we will go through the door with Him, and at the same time. We’ll walk where He walks and go where He goes, but it also means, we don’t’ go where we know God doesn’t want us to go, so we can’t walk ahead of Him because He might not have the door open when we get there, or if we lag behind, the door may already be shut by the time we get there.

The above passages about Enoch show us the following:

  • His life was given over to God.
  • He walked with God after the birth of Methuselah who died in the year of the flood and was so a testimony of God’s impending judgment.
  • Before his translation He pleased God and that this was by faith.

Enoch walked with God three hundred years after he became the father of Methuselah, and he had other sons and daughters. So, all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty-five years. Enoch walked with God; and he was not, for God took him. (Gen. 5:22-24)

Noah Walked with God

Noah walked with God, not because he merited the privilege, but God extended him unmerited grace. You and I can live in a close, personal relationship with God, if we, like Noah, exhibit these characteristics:

  1. Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his time (Genesis 6:9b). He did what was right in God’s sight. Noah fellowshipped with God because his walk and talked with God.
  2. Noah was obedient. “Thus, Noah did; according to all that God had commanded him, so he did” (Genesis 6:22). He took God at His word and did all that God commanded.
  3. Noah was patient. Noah did not really understand what the Lord was during, and what was coming, or how long it would take to build the ark. In fact, Noah built the ark while the sun was shining and long before the rains came. “For you have need of endurance (patience), so that when you have done the will of God, you may receive what was promised” (Hebrews 10:36).
  4. Noah was faithful to God. The Bible said, “By faith Noah, being warned by God about things not yet seen, in reverence prepared an ark for the salvation of his household, by which he condemned the world, and became an heir of the righteousness which is according to faith” (Hebrews 11:7).

God promised to establish an everlasting covenant with Noah: With the promise, “I will establish My covenant with you,” Noah, the grandson of Methuselah, and his family were chosen to carry out the command God gave to Adam and Eve, “Be fruitful, multiply.”

Because Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord, he was tasked to perpetuate life on earth and humanity was given a second chance. Although Adam was the father of humankind up to the flood, Noah is the second father of humankind.

Levi Walked with God

Malachi, the last book in the Old Testament, reveals a third individual who walked with God.

In the second chapter, God says, “My covenant with him (Levi) was one of life and peace, and I gave them to him as an object of reverence; so, he revered Me and stood in awe of My name.

True instruction was in his mouth, and unrighteousness was not found on his lips; he walked with Me in peace and uprightness, and he turned many back from iniquity” (Malachi 2:5, 6).

In these two verses, God reveals six characteristics that equipped Levi to walk with Him.

  1. Levi revered God. He adored and worshiped God.
  2. Levi stood in awe of God’s name. He had a reverential fear of God.
  3. True instructions were in Levi’s mouth. He knew God’s will and faithfully taught others.
  4. Unrighteousness was not found on Levi’s lips. He did not speak evil or unclean things.
  5. Levi walked in peace and uprightness. His life was pure and good.
  6. Levi turned many back from iniquity. He had a strong moral influence on the lives of many.

Although Enoch, Noah, and Levi are the only three individuals mentioned explicitly in the sixty-six books of the Bible as having walked with God, we understand that many other Bible heroes also had a personal, dynamic fellowship with God.

Related: Walking with God: Enjoying God’s Presence from Morning to Night

Moses Walked with God

Moses walked with God. But it was not always so. Of the Prophet Moses, D.L. Moody, the great evangelist of the 19th century, said, “He spent 40 years in Egypt thinking he was a somebody. He spent 40 years in the wilderness finding out that he was a nobody. And he spent another 40 years finding out what God could do with a somebody who found out that, without God, he is a nobody.”

Moses is one of the great men of faith in the Old Testament. “And there arose not a prophet since in Israel like unto Moses, whom the LORD knew face to face,” (Deuteronomy 34:10, KJV).

(Exodus 33:11-17) The LORD would speak to Moses’ face to face, as a man speaks with his friend. Then Moses would return to the camp, but his young aide Joshua son of Nun did not leave the tent.

{12} Moses said to the LORD, “You have been telling me, ‘Lead these people,’ but you have not let me know whom you will send with me. You have said, ‘I know you by name and you have found favor with me.’

{13} If you are pleased with me, teach me your ways so I may know you and continue to find favor with you. Remember that this nation is your people.”

{14} The LORD replied, “My Presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.” {15} Then Moses said to him, “If your Presence does not go with us, do not send us up from here.

{16} How will anyone know that you are pleased with me and with your people unless you go with us? What else will distinguish me and your people from all the other people on the face of the earth?”

{17} And the LORD said to Moses, “I will do the very thing you have asked, because I am pleased with you, and I know you by name.”

But looking at the life of Moses, we discover that he is something of an irony. On one hand he was a man who walked with God. He was obedient, faithful, and courageous. On the other hand, he was often rash and impetuous and initially tried to weasel his way out of God’s calling. His life teaches us many lessons.

In the Book of Hebrews, chapter 11, God called a roll of faithful from the Old Testament era. In vv. 24-30 Moses has a prominent place in that rollcall. We read where God said, “By faith Moses.

Moses belongs in this pantheon of the faithful because his faith was the victory. The one common experience he shares with the others mentioned in this chapter is that their victory did not come the easy way, but in every case involved hardship, difficulty, and sacrifice. The life of Moses is a good example of the requirements for victorious living.

“By faith Moses, when he was grown up, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh’s daughter, 25 choosing rather to be mistreated with the people of God than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin.” (Hebrews 11:24-25, ESV)

Related: Walking with God: How to Hear His Voice 

Abraham Walked with God

God called Abraham out of Ur of the Chaldees (modern day Iraq) to go to a land that He would show him. Abraham had obeyed and had walked with God for many years.

He believed God and the promise that God gave him concerning a son. God declared Abraham righteous based on that belief. Yet he and Sarah had taken matters into their own hands and tried to “help” God by producing a son through their servant Hagar.

But God provided Isaac, the son He promised to Abraham and Sarah. The story we want to look at this week is the test of Abraham’s faith when God called him to sacrifice Isaac, the son through whom God would honor His promises to Abraham.

Abraham is an example of a man of faith. He began his walk with God by leaving his home and going out to a place unknown to him. A place he was not familiar with. Abraham was not perfect. He failed to trust God on several occasions.

To walk with God is a faith walk. To walk with God, we must first begin a relationship with Him by faith.

Abraham obeyed because he clearly trusted God’s plan, even when he did not particularly like it. As believers, we need to learn from this example, we need to learn to have the same unquestionable faith in our God, being confident in His ability to provide all that we need. (See Genesis 22:12–14)

Hebrews 11:8 says, “By faith, Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to the place which he would receive as an inheritance. And he went out, not knowing where he was going.”

Imagine if this was you, would you leave a familiar place to a completely strange land? The truth is that most of us would not. We fight to the end, eventually giving in.

Looking at Abraham’s life, we can tell that he understood that it is impossible to please God without faith. (See Hebrews 11:6)

These lives reveal that to walk with God; a person must live a life that is obedient and pleasing to God. What type of experience is this? The obedient life is the life that loves God and obeys him.

It is a life of commitment and obedience. Just as Zechariah and his wife walked an upright and holy life, and Noah was found to be blameless in God’s eyes, and Cornelius lived a righteous life by proving his love for God through his love for his neighbors.

Anyone who wishes to walk with God must walk faithfully with God and keep his commands, which Jesus summed up as Love God and Love your neighbor.

The Importance of Walking with God

Do you know how important it is for you to walk with God? It should be every believer’s desire to walk with God. Throughout the Bible we see that God’s intention is with man, His thought is focused on man, and His heart’s desire is set upon man.

We read in the Bible the many men and women of the Old Testament how they walked with God. How powerful the anointing of God was on their lives? And how God used them.

“When you are walking with God, it means you are walking in the promises and favor of God.”

David had a unique devotion to the Lord. The Bible calls David “a man after God’s own heart” twice. The first time was by Samuel who anointed him as backslidden King Saul’s successor, “But now your kingdom shall not continue. The Lord has sought for Himself a man after His own heart” (1 Sam. 13:14, NKJV).

Enoch is a lesser-known character of Scripture, but Genesis 5 says that he “walked with God,” and Hebrews 11 tells us “he pleased God.” What does a life of walking with God look like?

Enoch was a champion of faith. “By faith Enoch was taken away so that he did not see death, ‘and was not found, because God had taken him’; for before he was taken he had this testimony, that he pleased God” (Hebrews 11:5).

Related: Importance of Walking With God

How Can I Walk with God Daily?

Walking with God everyday should be our number one priority. With all the distractions that comes to detour us away from God, we should be that much more determined to walk with Him.

Enoch learned to walk pleasingly before God in the midst of a wicked society. He was an ordinary man with all the same problems and burdens we carry.

Each day as he walked with the Lord, though, he became less attached to the things below. When we live this way, we obey Christ’s command.

 “If anyone desires to come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me” (Luke 9:23).

Following Jesus is a daily walk. A lifelong journey. As you walk with God, you can have continual fellowship with Him. You can talk to Him as a loving Father and listen to your heart as He talks to you. You just need to trust Him, and He’ll show you what you need to do.
The following will show you how to Walk with God

  1. Walk in Faith – In Hebrews 11:5, faith is what Enoch to be translated or leave this earth without dying. Without faith, the Bible says it is impossible to please Him. How do we get faith? Romans 10:17 states we must hear the Word of God through intimacy using the Bible and the Holy Spirit.
  2. Keeping in Step with Jesus – Walking in divine direction means keeping in step with God. Enoch walked with God. He kept pace with God. He did not lag behind, and he did not run out ahead of God. Stay in step with God.
  3. Pray Every day – Praying every day is essential in walking with God. As you read and Study God’s Word, listen to what the Holy Spirit is saying, and follow his instructions.

The Biblical men and women in the Word of God prayed many times a day, at least three times a day.

Daniel 6:10 (NIV): “10 Now when Daniel learned that the decree had been published, he went home to his upstairs room where the windows opened toward Jerusalem. Three times a day he got down on his knees and prayed, giving thanks to his God, just as he had done before.”

The Benefits of Walking with God

The Bible says, “but without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.” Hebrews 11:6

When we walk with God, it please Him. When we walk with Jesus daily, we walk in the abundant of blessings, healing, victory, and favor of God. He will see to it that all our needs are meet. He will never leave us nor forsake us.

That you may walk (live and conduct yourselves) in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to Him and desiring to please Him in all things, bearing fruit in every good work and steadily growing and increasing in and by the knowledge of God [with fuller, deeper, and clearer insight, acquaintance, and recognition]. Colossians 1:10

Every believer in the Lord Jesus Christ must have some measure of love for Him and must therefore have some a desire to please Him. If we are to walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, it will be because we are filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding. If we want to walk worthy of Him, we have to be pleasing in his sight.

Bible Verses About Walking with God

  • Genesis 5:22-24 ESV
    Enoch walked with God after he fathered Methuselah 300 years and had other sons and daughters. 23 Thus all the days of Enoch were 365 years. 24 Enoch walked with God, and he was not,[b] for God took him.
  • Genesis 6:9 ESV
    These are the generations of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation. Noah walked with God.
  • Genesis 13:17 ESV
    Arise, walk through the length and the breadth of the land, for I will give it to you.”
  • Genesis 17:1 ESV
    When Abram was ninety-nine years old the Lord appeared to Abram and said to him, “I am God Almighty; walk before me, and be blameless,
  • Leviticus 26:12 ESV
    And I will walk among you and will be your God, and you shall be my people.
  • Deuteronomy 5:33 ESV
    You shall walk in all the way that the Lord your God has commanded you, that you may live, and that it may go well with you, and that you may live long in the land that you shall possess.
  • Deuteronomy 6:7 ESV
    You shall teach them diligently to your children and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.
  • Deuteronomy 8:6 ESV
    So you shall keep the commandments of the Lord your God by walking in his ways and by fearing him.
  • Deuteronomy 10:12 ESV
    And now, Israel, what does the Lord your God require of you, but to fear the Lord your God, to walk in all his ways, to love him, to serve the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul,
  • 1 Kings 2:3-4 ESV
    and keep the charge of the Lord your God, walking in his ways and keeping his statutes, his commandments, his rules, and his testimonies, as it is written in the Law of Moses, that you may prosper in all that you do and wherever you turn, that the Lord may establish his word that he spoke concerning me, saying, ‘If your sons pay close attention to their way, to walk before me in faithfulness with all their heart and with all their soul, you shall not lack[a] a man on the throne of Israel.
  • Psalm 1:1 ESV
    Blessed is the man
        who walks not in the counsel of the wicked,
    nor stands in the way of sinners,
        nor sits in the seat of scoffers.
  • Psalm 15:1-2 ESV

O Lord, who shall sojourn in your tent?
    Who shall dwell on your holy hill?

He who walks blamelessly and does what is right
    and speaks truth in his heart.

  • Psalm 26:2-3 ESV
    Prove me, O Lord, and try me;
        test my heart and my mind.
    For your steadfast love is before my eyes,
        and I walk in your faithfulness.
  • Psalm 23:4 ESV
    Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
        I will fear no evil, for you are with me;
        your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
  • Psalm 56:13 ESV
    For you have delivered my soul from death,
        yes, my feet from falling, that I may walk before God
        in the light of life.
  • Psalm 81:13 ESV
    Oh, that my people would listen to me,
        that Israel would walk in my ways!
  • Psalm 86:11 ESV
    Teach me your way, O Lord, that I may walk in your truth;
        unite my heart to fear your name.
  • Psalm 89:15 ESV
    Blessed are the people who know the festal shout, who walk, O Lord, in the light of your face,
  • Proverbs 4:12 ESV
    When you walk, your step will not be hampered,
        and if you run, you will not stumble.
  • Isaiah 2:3 ESV
     and many peoples shall come, and say:

“Come, let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
    to the house of the God of Jacob,
that he may teach us his ways
    and that we may walk in his paths.”
For out of Zion shall go forth the law,
    and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.


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