He walks by my house every Saturday morning on his way to worship - black slacks, white shirt, black yamaka on his head, black walking cane. His faith prevents him from driving on the Sabbath, so he walks, with a slight limp, for 22 blocks (3 miles round trip). Rain or shine, hot or cold, he walks. Lately, I’ve had bulging disks in my lower spine that create pain in the sciatic nerve of my right leg and I’ve thought of scaling back my activities, especially those that require excessive walking. But then I see him walking by my house again. If he can walk to worship the God of the Old Testament, surely, I can walk to serve the God of the entire Bible. We used to sing a children’s song, “Walking in the sunlight, walking in the shadow, walking everyday walking all the way, walking with Jesus alone.” Even while praying that the doctors can find something to ease my pain, I will continue to “walk by faith” (2 Corinthians 5:7). How about you?