“The Daily Walk” by Beth Jackson is a series of short stories and related scriptures, to encourage you on your everyday walk with God. Many times, as Christians, we think we are the only one who has ever been through a tough situation. The Bible says, “None of us are perfect, no not one! We all have come short of the glory of God.” Honestly, we are all just trying to do the absolute best we can in everyday life. Sometimes, it is just comforting to know that others have already been through this struggle, and maybe could offer some insight to help guide us through. But God is faithful! And when you don’t know where to turn, God will show up and lead you. He will take your hand, and walk right beside of you. He promises that “He will never leave you.”
Like most people, Beth has really had to learn how to lean on Jesus. But her daily walk really began while encountering a major life event while living in the deep south of Savannah, Georgia. Every morning she would go to the beach to pray, study, and write her devotions. Each day as she made her way to the water, God would gift His presence as well in these intimate moments. Through His Word, He was faithful in teaching Beth about the next step that was always necessary for peace and prosperity in her own life.
Remember, every day is another God given opportunity to live your life to the fullest. And when we take Jesus by the hand, and walk with Him, it is a journey that we will never soon forget. Despite all of our troubles, we must always remember to thank God for our individual “Daily Walk.”
Beth Jackson was taught about God in a little church in Flint, Michigan. But it wasn’t until she moved to Savannah, Georgia, that she finally developed that personal relationship with God. When she went through a difficult time in her own personal life, Beth had to learn how to walk and talk with the one true master. She quickly realized that God was her only real peace. With God directing the path, many mornings she found herself sitting at the beach just writing letters to God. This became a true love story that was better than any Hallmark version. Every day for a year straight, she showed up at the beach, and everyday God was faithful to show up as well.
Now, several years later, Beth and her family found their place within the hills of the Appalachian Mountains in the great state of West Virginia. Happy and content, she now lives on a horse farm with her true partner, her husband, Jeff, their four kids (and spouses), and their eight grandkids. Every day she still thanks God for her “Daily Walk.”