Call me misguided or even an antichrist, but the teachings of the Spirit implore the picking up ones cross and following Christ, always attempting to be His disciple, and if so-called failure should come, arising from ones knees, brushing off the dust, and carrying on until the obstacle is overcome.
The Saviour is indeed the Source of the Life which flows abundantly from the innermost of ones being. Christ's Way, I believe, is that the lost and the heedless are sought for and bound to God in Christ, so that when their time of trial comes, His cloak can cover them and bring them peace. To the heartbroken, the bringing of good news, the scattering of sorrow, darkness and grief, the holding up of the lantern of faith.
The simple trusting in Christ, the way of having faith in Him, the way of bringing understanding to those who do not know of the unending future towards which they head and in which they must account for missed opportunities - simple opportunities, sowing seeds every day with each footstep and not just in springtime, preparing the soil, the effort and toil - little things it may appear to the world, but these are the big things of God, whereas the big things lauded by the world are left to their own devices.
The Christ Way is the lowly heart, it is the patient striving in His Way, yet in that striving, never forgetting those who are too weak to help themselves - it is the desire to be more like Him, to be purer, to be firmer, to be stronger, and to be still more loving, for only those who love can enter into the Realms which are Spirit.
The simple words of the Master Christ have not changed, although the times may have changed, but they have been construed and misconstrued so that man may find excuse for himself to be of the world.
When the one beaten by the world wonders where God is, they can be told in a faith which is perfect and with an understanding that is complete, that God in Christ is with them in their joys and in their sorrows, He is with them in their pains and in their freedom, He is with them in their greatness and in their weakness - they can be told that the One who made them will never let them go - never, never, never let them go.
Rest in action
Peace in Rest