I was developing a devotion the other day, and while putting my prayerful thoughts down on virtual paper, I wrote that my most significant struggle as a believer was with my faith. At that moment, and remember I was developing this teaching prayerfully, I felt like the Lord stopped me and asked if that was really the terminology I meant to use. I asked why He questioned this candidness, and it was like I heard Him say, "my child, your faith is strong. In fact your faith is not in question, but rather your walk!" That caused me to pause and prayerfully reflect about this correction from Abba, and I got to thinking that He was right on. My faith in His ability to save me and and lead me was not the real problem, but the inability to always walk in the manner in which He leads. After all, Jesus told us in Matt. 7:13-14 that the path was narrow, and it would have its problems, or trials. And while navigating the path, the times I get in trouble has less to do with my faith, and everything to with my choices when tempted or tried. So I ask you. What gives you the most trouble as you walk the narrow path: your faith in Him to get you there, or, your ability to maintain a walk that is always in line with His teachings and expectations?