Seeking After God

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When your heart yearns for God, He delights in revealing Himself and pouring out His blessings on you. How earnestly you are seeking after Him?

2 Chronicles 31:20-21

King Hezekiah of Judah served the Lord faithfully. He was committed to righteous living and intentionally pursued that course for most of his life. He sought God devotedly, and the Lord prospered him.

God wants to be intimately connected with us, like a father and child who share deep, mutual love. Our seeking after Him should be characterized by:

  • Wholeheartedness. When we approach God’s Word with a distracted mind or pray with our focus drifting to other topics, we have a divided heart. The Lord desires our full attention; He wants us to keep Him in first place, giving Him priority above everything else important to us (Jer. 29:13; Matt. 6:33).
  • Diligence. We should have a sense of devotion to God and give careful attention to what He is saying.This requires an unwavering effort to understand how God operates and what He wants us to do.
  • Persistence. Seeking the Lord is to be a continual, sustained effort toward deeper intimacy and involvement in His work (Ps. 42:1).
  • Confidence. We need to believe that God wants us to know Him—and that He desires the best for us. Trust is an essential component of confidence (Prov. 3:5).
  • Humility. We are totally dependent on God for everything in life, and He is pleased when we approach Him humbly (Isa. 66:2).

When our hearts yearn for God, He delights in revealing Himself and pouring out blessings on us (Heb. 11:6). Make an honest assessment of how earnestly you are seeking after Him.

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