Seeking God Day 31!!!

halden31 days has finally come to a close. I am so honored and humbled by the friends I’ve met this month, by your encouraging words and the sacrifice you made to read my blog all month. Its been a journey of discovery for me and I hope for you as well.

Together, we have taken time to contemplate and consider God. He has shown me through these last 31 days that his love is consistent and continuous. It covers me completely and is unfathomable. How will I ever be able to understand how deep, how wide and how great his love is for me and for you? We are considered his children and there is nowhere we can go to escape his loving presence. He will not abandon us and even when we can’t see Him he is always there.

The most amazing promise of all about seeking God is that he promises:

Jeremiah 29:13 You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.

When we seek God he will reveal himself to us. We may not always understand what he has revealed, we may not always agree with what he is doing but he will be found.

Jesus says,

Matthew 7:7 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.

When we feel alone, afraid, confused, empty, separated or at our wits end, if we look to Jesus he will answer us. It’s a promise, an assurance that we can always rely on. It’s security. It’s rest. We are safe in his love.

A life with Christ will continue to amaze and surprise you if you continue to learn more about Him, more about what it means to follow him, what it means to be called his child. You will never come to the end of his love and his wisdom, there will always be more you can learn. There will always be more of Him to discover. He is endless. And that is amazing!

The words I want to close this series up with are from Philippians 4:8

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.”

If we live in the truth of God’s promises, our lives can not help but be transformed and become more like Him. Our minds, our hearts, our wills will change. We will become more true, noble, right, pure, lonely, admirable, excellent and we will be filled with praise. It just will happen. And when we are transformed like this we will be filled with joy. A kind of joy that has no definition because it can not be explained, it can only be experienced…lived.

This joy can be called contentment or peace. It brings space and the ability to breathe. It is clarity and vision, harmony and rhythm. It bursts forth with color and explodes with laughter.

My friends, keep seeking God.

Keep asking him to reveal himself to you.

Rest in his arms and breath in his spirit.

He loves you so much.

That is Truth.

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  • It has been a joy and a pleasure to journey with you for these past 31 days, Christine. I found myself looking forward to your daily posts, and I’m going to miss reading them. I hope this isn’t the end, but only the beginning…

  • Jacki Kleinheksel

    I have read almost every blog you have written this month, Christine! You are amazing… You speak words of comfort, words of commonality, words of mutual experience, words of great maturity, words of honesty, words of wisdom! Thank you… You have blessed me! Please continue writing exactly the way you did this month.

  • Sue Hoffman

    Very heartfelt writing Christine , enjoy your writing!

  • Leona Herzegh

    Thank you, Christine, for all your heartfelt wisdom. I look forward to reading more of your writings. I’m so glad we met through Waves of Mercy and Facebook.; I’ve truly been blessed.
    Best wishes on your next project.

  • Brenda Garver

    I see a refinement of your writing just in the short time I’ve been reading your devotions. (I think I came in about half way through the month.) You definitely have a gift for writing devotional pieces.

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