May 31


How to Walk in Faith

By Michael Q. Pink

May 31, 2023

“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” (2 Corinthians 5:7)

What does it mean to “walk by faith’?

How exactly do you do that? More specifically, how will you do that today?

Well, I asked the Lord to show me and develop me to walk by faith, and this is what He showed me…

I pray this is of some help to you today. I know it has definitely helped me! 😊

Have a blessed day my friend!

Michael Q. Pink

About the author

Michael is America's leading authority on applying Biblical Wisdom and Natural Law to sales and business and has authored 19 books including The Bible Incorporated, Selling Among Wolves and God's Best Kept Secrets. Using that knowledge, he has helped thousands of professionals and entrepreneurs experience radical transformation in their lives and careers, including helping a start-up with 3 struggling sales reps turn the corner and become the 16th fastest growing company on the INC 500 list. 

  • Take steps, the steps ordered by the Lord.The authorized steps the Holy Spirit is leading you to take or has already instructed you to take.

  • 💕this just made my day ! Thank you, Michael.. very inspiring and encouraging… I’m stepping 🦶✅

    • Thank you for posting your comment Debbie. That blesses us. Please share with others. That helps us grow. 😊

  • Wow! What a revelation! No one had ever explained faith in this way before…so easy to understand! Thank you Mike.

  • So simple – but brilliant and profound! That walking by faith is simply taking action steps toward the thing God has called us to do! Thank you!
    Now I know what I’ll be asking God for every day – what are the steps I need to take today?

    • You are absolutely right Evelyn. That’s how we walk by faith.

      Thank you for commenting!

      Blessings, Michael

  • Hi dear brother, and thanks for another excellent and loving insight. One of the challenges of our Western mindset is that we sometimes forget that the correct Biblical context more often than not requires an understanding of ancient Middle Eastern culture. We focus a lot on mental activity while they were action-oriented. We look at words like hear, “shema” and think of it as picking up sounds. The biblical understanding includes understanding, taking heed, being obedient, doing what it asked. When Messiah said, He who has ears, let him “shema,” he clearly intended us to put His words into actions. His words are not written on our hearts until it transforms our lives, and that is usually through putting His words into action. The heroes of our faith in Hebrews 11 were men who put their faith into action. What a great post today, my brother. Shalom

    • Hi my dear friend and brother… Great comment there George! Thank you for adding that to this discussion. Much appreciated!

      Blessings, Michael

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