And I am no longer in the world, but these are in the world, and I come to You, Holy Father. Keep them in Your name, those whom You have given to Me, so that they may be one, as We are. (John 17:11)
To walk with Jesus is to obey His voice, not merely when it’s convenient to, but all the time—even when it means you’ll have to stand against peer pressure, and possibly be rejected or persecuted by others.
Because you say a prayer, go to church, say grace before meals, and read a few verses from the Bible each day, that doesn’t make you a Christian. Being a Christian is about having a relationship with Jesus; it means you’re part of the family of God—set apart by the Spirit to live a holy life untainted by the world.
Jesus loved you enough to die for you. Do you love Him enough to live for Him?