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Seeking the Lord while He may be found

Updated on June 26, 2016

It is that unction within us we don't heed. It is when that angel is beside your bed waiting for instructions from our Lord on High. Our Bible, promise-full, is ignored, our joy made un-full. It is when our plans seem to coincide with storms... And we faint in adversity.

What do we do with such pain?

Ever wonder what He is thinking? Wondering not the answer to our problems, or not wondering about the season we are going through... Ever wonder what our God Almighty has on His mind?

Read Jeremiah 33:3 Call unto Me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things you know not. Things God calls fenced in things... Things hidden in Him.

Proverbs 25:2 For it is the glory of God to conceal a matter and the glory of Kings to search it out.

Loving Hands Ministry

The text in the Word concerning, ask seek knock is a principle Jesus used when getting answers to prayers. We are to ask, seek, knock. But the original text is not so. The original texts speaks of asking and continuing asking. Seeking and continuing to ask, and knocking and continuing to knock.




While it is still today. While it is still today, we harden not our hearts. For what will tomorrow bring? What catastrophe is He keeping us from in mercy, while we answer Him not. While we straddle the fence, while we drag out Living Word into doing nothing. While it is still today, lock arms with God, Christ, the Holy Spirit. Honor Him by receiving His promises. Standing willingly. While it is still today, find the scriptures that you can stand on. Go against other's talk and listen to Jesus' talk.


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