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Seek God: Today, Tomorrow,Forever.

Often then none, we seek God for ten minutes, an hour,a day, how ever long, but when that time is up we return to our old selves. We often don't try to seek God throughout the rest of the day, or the next day. And if we do, it usually only happens for one day, and then the next day it fades away.

Seeking God is healthy.

Healthy for our spiritual life that is.

We  need to seek God in everything we do. Not just at that retreat, not just during Prayer. We have to always seek God. God Is in everything and is everything. God makes SOOO MANY things happen in our day, we don't even realize. It's usually those things that we call, "Coincidence" God works magically with in our lives, yet we don't even realize it.

Seeking God, in the most hardest of times is well, hard. Because we are so stressed or focused on one thing, we can't focus our selves on God. Not giving him the respect, and credit that he deserves. God, works in many ways. And it takes FAITH to see them all.

Seeking God, certainly heals our hearts. It makes it feel all warm and fuzzy.  God will work through us, once he knows that we can spot him in our own daily lives. God, has a plan for us all! With that in mind, we will work in us to make sure it gets done!  Certainly, by seeking God our Faith becomes more developed because we spend the time with God, and realizing, that God made our crummy day, into a magnificent day.

" Ask and it will be given to you;
 Seek and You will Find;
 knock and the door will be opened for you" 
Matthew 7:7

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P.S.S A Video Post coming next week...
Most likely the week following though.
P.S.S.S Going Through History: Biblical
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