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Seek the Lord

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When you have sinned, when you are dry, when you are afraid, when you are in trouble, when all is well, and in any other situation – you need to seek God!

In life, there are many times we should be seeking God. Today we will look at three:

1.  When we are in trouble.

In the day of my trouble I sought the Lord; my hand was stretched out in the night without ceasing; my soul refused to be comforted (Psalm 77:2).

In Hosea 5:15 the Lord says, “…in their affliction they will earnestly seek me.”

I don’t like to admit it, but the truth is that at times I have sought God more earnestly when I have been in trouble.  Problems have a way of getting us on our knees.  If you are in trouble today – seek Him!

2.  When all is well.

Seek the LORD and His strength; seek His face evermore! (Psalm 105:4).

If you will carefully read the preceding verses of this psalm, you will find that the context is one of blessing and not trouble.

This may be the most important time of all to seek Him.  May we never become smug and think that we do not need God when all is well.

3.  Continually.

Seek the LORD and His strength; seek His face evermore! (1 Chronicles 16:11).

The word evermore in this verse means continually or at all times.

When you have sinned, when you are dry, when you are afraid, when you are in trouble, when all is well, and in any other situation – you need to seek God!

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