Walk the Line
Noah walked with God (Genesis 6:9 ESV).
In the days of Noah, things looked pretty miserable. The human race was at its lowest ebb. Had it not been for the ark, God's promise of the "seed" would be in jeopardy. But God found a man named Noah. He gained God's favor because of His faith to see the unseen. He honored His Creator and did what He asked of him. His obedience preserved the "seed" Jesus Christ, who, like the ark, became the Savior of the world.
What you do in your generation affects the next in line. No one lives an insignificant life. Choices matter not only for yourself but for your children and every one of which you are in a relationship. Satan's cleverly crafted propaganda that you do not matter derails your destiny. What a web of destruction you weave when you eat the lie that who you are and what you do does not matter. It makes all the difference in this world and the world to come.
What I cannot see is real. Noah had never seen the rain. God warned him of a flood yet to come. He obeyed God and built an ark that would save him and his family. Noah did not operate out of his intelligence or his way of thinking. He trusted God and became an heir of the righteousness that comes by faith. Like Noah, I can walk with Jesus unseen and yet very real. As I set my mind on Him and make Him mine, I can walk the line.