In his poem entitled synymously with the first line, Edgar A. Guest penned these sentiments, I'd rather see a sermon than hear one any day; I'd rather one should walk with methan merely tell the way. The Christian walk is t about words; it is about actions. It is t about stories, but changed lives. It is t about emotion, but love. These 365 devotionals can be life-altering. One step in a new direction begins the journey, but we do t become seasoned hikers in an afteron. Highs, lows, bumps and bruises will accompany each of us, but our actions speak louder than words in a world filled with difficulties. Take the challenge of letting God's Word t only inspire thoughts, but change lives, through His love. That change begins with our own personal walks with the Lord. As those walks become closer and more frequent, His love through us can rouse a deaf and broken world from its painful slumber. Start the journey today and remember, to God be the glory!Garry Glaub is a lifelong outdoorsman and sports coach, gifted at simplifying complexities. Since giving his life to the Lord, he has applied that gift of teaching to the Bible, the most complex document ever written. From the Sierras to the Holy Land, he has served as a mentor and guide on spiritual retreats and excursions, inspiring others to find their special gifts through a closer walk with Jesus.