Diligently Seeking God

What Are We Seeking? (July 20)

Jesus asked some of his followers, “Why do you call Me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do the things which I say?” True seekers are not content until their knowledge has moved them to godly action. What is learned in the library must be lived in the neighborhood.

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What Good Is God’s Friendship? (July 19)

Is there anything that a wise person wouldn’t give up in order to have God? The privilege of knowing God through Christ so far surpasses the value of everything else that Paul said he would gladly “count all things loss” in order to have this one thing.

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Friendship as an Ingredient of Love (July 18)

Having obeyed the gospel of Christ, it is important that we see God as our Friend. God is not only lovable; He is also likeable. We may not only adore Him; we may also trust Him. It is not only our duty to worship Him; it is our privilege to spend time with Him.

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The Problem of Heartless Prayer (July 17)

In the long run, that which we receive from God will turn out to be the thing we’ve most honestly and deeply wanted, not what we’ve pretended to want. God acts on the basis of what He sees when He looks into the very depths of our true will.

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Where God’s Love Is Best Learned (July 15)

The ugly, painful hardship of human experience does not contradict or call into question the love of God. To the contrary, that is where we learn God’s love the best. The way to God is not over, under, or around our difficulties — it is through them.

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