African American Expressions
Walking By Faith 2021 Calendar
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” In 2 Corinthians 5:7, Apostle Paul admonishes the people of God to walk by faith and not by sight. He encourages them not to let fleeting circumstances or emotions define their lives, but rather to ground themselves in God’s immutable promises and precepts. Even when we don’t see it, we can trust that God is ALWAYS moving and working on our behalf. God’s Word affirms that He is a loving Father, whose ears are attentive to the cries of His children. So with trust and dependence, let us firmly stand upon God’s promises, and confidently believe that nothing is too hard for Him!
Think of all the people in your life that could use a reminder that, as African Americans, we are blessed to have our faith to guide us, and place your calendar order today.
Trying to make it through this life alone is hard. We all have moments where we feel like we’re all alone, and have no one to turn to. That’s why a reminder that the love of God and the redemption offered by accepting his Son as our Lord and Savior is so important. The premise for this year’s Walking by Faith calendar is even when we don’t see it, we can trust that God is ALWAYS moving and working on our behalf. Scripture affirms that He is a loving Father, whose ears are attentive to the cries of His children. So with trust and dependence, let us stand firmly upon God’s promises, confidently believing that nothing is too hard for Him
Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). What does it mean to walk by faith? It can mean so much for so many, but essentially it is the idea that we are able to lift our heads and walk with the knowledge that our faith in God and belief in his unconditional love will guide us through the toughest times and darkest moments. With that in mind, we have chosen 13 images that infuse God's word and matched them with timeless scriptures that remind us our of walks with Him. It reminds us not to lean on our own understanding, but to trust in the Lord, and find peace in His love. May you walk by faith, and not by sight.