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This Week's Open Book

Wicked Shepherds Open Book
THIS WEEK'S OPEN BOOK
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​“Look to Abraham … for I called him alone …” (Isaiah 51:2).

Abraham was called “the friend of God” (James 2:23). This friendship with God called him to a place of being “alone;” for indeed God had called him "alone.”

 God called Abraham [then named Abram] to: "Get out of your country, and from your kindred, and from your father’s house, to a land that I will show you." (Genesis 12:1) 

Man often has an affinity for groups; a longing to be “a part of something,” but being alone is the expected lot of those 
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​who would walk with God. 

We all naturally love and value the fellowship and companionship of others, but more often than not God calls His Own to walk on a solitary road with Him. 

Walking with Him requires a willingness to go alone if necessary.

 We must be willing to forgo the many voices of comfort and encouragement; of appreciation and respect. 

He calls us away from the noise of all of this into the quite place of His loving presence.
Willingness to Walk Alone with God