“I will also walk among you and be your God, and you shall be My people” (Leviticus 26:12).
The biblical metaphors depicting the life of faith as a journey are too numerous to list in a brief devotional thought. Along with roads, paths, highways, signs, markers, and the call to follow Me, walking is, perhaps, not only the most common metaphor but the most beneficial. Even beyond the metaphorical imagery, however, a literal walk is not only great exercise, it’s a wonderful way to get away from the “noise” that clutters one’s life, and clear your head. Taking a walk offers an effective way to “turn down the volume” and better hear the One who walks with you.