How’s Your Seeking?

…but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. Ps 34:10

O God, You are my God; Early will I seek You; My soul thirsts for You; My flesh longs for You In a dry and thirsty land Where there is no water. Psalm 63:1

What have you done this week to seek the Lord?

What have you done in the past few days to actively, intentionally pursue God?

How’s your seeking?

I ask, perhaps, because I know from my own experience that some days, many days, my “seeking” is less about seeking than it is about just doing.  I did my devotions.  I prayed.  I did my quiet time.  I followed my routine.

Where’s the seeking in routine? Routine is good unless it’s just that…routine.

If the motivation in my routine, in my doing, is a heart of seeking, an intentional yearning to know God, an active pursuit of deeper intimate relationship, an eagerness for more of Him, a conscious  pleading, a longing… then yes, routine is good.

Every moment of every day that I seek hard after God, I am NOT seeking counterfeits, fillers, and things that distract from a passionate pursuit.

How’s your seeking?

You have said, ‘Seek my face.’ My heart says to you,’ Your face Lord, do I seek’ Ps 27:8

May that be cry of our hearts today.

Blessings, Diane

Diane Hunt is a biblical counselor, women’s conference and retreat speaker and author. She serves as the Director of Partner Care and Director of Women’s Ministries at America’s Keswick.  She and her husband John have two married children and four grandchildren. She loves reveling in warm sunny climates and playing with her grandchildren.

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