Every day, from the moment we wake, until the moment we fall asleep, we are bombarded with life. Good things happen. Bad things happen. Future worries crowd our minds.
And there are temptations. What is a temptation? It is an opportunity to do something that you know God doesn't want you to do.
Walking in faith means turning your back on all of it, while still being in the middle of it. It means that we continually remind ourselves that God is in control, and thanks to Jesus, we are good enough for God, and that our eternal futures are assured.
We choose not to worry. We choose to bypass temptation. And even in the middle of something really good, we remind ourselves that it's all God's. He is in control. We trust in Him no matter what.
That's what it means to walk in faith. It's easier said than done. But it is the Christian walk. Thanks to Jesus, we are going to Heaven. We are filled with the Holy Spirit. All we have to do is trust in Him.
We may have to remind ourselves a hundred a times a day to keep walking. I think that one way to do it is to view it as a process. Not a ritual, but a process. This means that when you first wake up in the morning, you give it all to Him. You thank Him. You trust Him. Perhaps it's in a daily prayer or devotional. Paul taught us to pray without ceasing. I think he was referring to the faith walk. In everything we do, every breath we take; we give our lives, our problems, our worries, our joys to Him.
Right now, as you plan your day (or if you are in the middle of it), stop what you are doing and say a quick prayer. Tell God thanks for Jesus (you can also thank Jesus personally, if you want). Thank Him for your earthly life and eternal life. Whatever is bothering you, tell Him that it's His. And then quit worrying about it. He's got it.
And as your interact with his creation, remember that He loves anyone and everyone that you meet so much that He sent Jesus to die for them. That alone is a pretty good reason to treat them as a brother or sister.
So, don't worry. Trust Him. And be nice to others. Every single minute of every single day.