Simply...Seeking Him

Simply…Seeking Him

You all know my desire and passion to get all of us in the Word every single day. What better way to use my space here on the Internet than to fill it with Scripture.

Every single day, I will have a new scripture on the blog, sometimes with thoughts about it, sometimes with questions for you to ponder, and maybe sometimes just the scripture itself. But no matter what, I am vowing to publish Truth each day so no matter who comes to this space, can find a treasure. There are no greater words to read than God’s very own words.

So while I will still be publishing my usual blog posts and podcasts, I will also have a scripture each day right here on the blog. I pray this blesses you and encourages us all to get in the Word each day. I also hope the scripture I share here is NOT a substitute for sitting down and opening the Bible yourself…but perhaps a reminder, an encouragement, or a starting point. Ultimately, there is no substitute for getting into His Word each day.

Let’s all vow to be seekers of Truth! Let’s start simply…seeking Him.

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Romans 8:28

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.

Many people recite this verse but forget the last part. God will work things for good…for those who have been called according to his purpose.

First, we recognize that He works things for those who have been called. And second according to his purpose. Not ours. Sometimes we will not like what he has in mind. But we must trust that everything is ultimately working for good…Every detail that occurs on this earth now is eventually leading toward the end…which for those who are in Christ…is good…eternal life with our Lord!

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  • Reply Cindy March 14, 2018 at 12:06 pm

    Sometimes I forget an important word in this scripture, ALL! All means ALL! Not some, not a few, not even most, ALL! That means the good, the bad, the hard, the easy, ALL. We must just be obedient to His Will not ours. I remember this easily when I’m on the mountain tops and cling to it in the Valley’s.

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