This is the audio of session three from the May 4, 2019 Seeking God Prayer Event held at Michiana Christian Camp.
This third session focused on the how of seeking God with an emphasis on the whole-hearted pursuit that God desires from us. When you seek God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, you can be assured that you will find Him. If you don’t really care if God is with you, you will likely not be aware of His presence.
This is the audio of session two from the May 4, 2019 Seeking God Prayer Event held at Michiana Christian Camp.
This second session focused on the where of seeking God . . . both where we seek from and where we seek at. When you realize there is nowhere that you can hide from God, the possibilities of where to seek Him begin to expand exponentially. If you’re not looking for God to be present where you are, you will likely not notice He is there.
This is the audio of session one from the May 4, 2019 Seeking God Prayer Event held at Michiana Christian Camp.
This first session focused on examining what or, more importantly, who are we seeking. The value you place on what you seek will determine how much effort you put into seeking. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you will likely not know if you find it.
It’s past ten this morning and I’m feeling fine. The temperature outside is a cool minus nine! So what do I do when the weather’s so cold? Play video games and pretend I’m not old. 🙂 But even much better than winning a game. Is to spend time with God, that’s the best — I do claim!
To just read my Bible and take time to pray. To hear God’s Holy Spirit when He has something to say. To listen intently for what I should do. Then make sure I do it, for it might be for you. So if you’re snowed in, with no where to be. Try seeking God’s face while on bended knee.
This just popped into my mind as I was sitting at my desk going back and forth between a couple of Word’s With Friends games and praying about some lessons I’m working on. I pray that you are encouraged to seek God more deliberately, and that you actually do it. 🙂