What Are You Really Searching For?
Your Journey In God Has Led You Here…Now What?
What exactly are you searching for? Are you looking for truth? Do you wish to know what God’s plan for your life is? Or are you desperately trying to find something, anything real in Christianity?
A wise person once remarked,
“If you want a different future, change your present.”
In other words, if God seems far from you, “change your position.” Many are so married to their way of seeing things that they are essentially blind to any other viewpoint.. However, perhaps we should stop defending our positions and begin to explore God’s Spirit together.
God is looking for those who are searching for Him
God is looking for those who will dare to believe Him. Your Father is ready to take you into His confidence and teach you as His son or daughter. The path to God is an adventure and it is an individual and unique way that only you can walk. John the Baptist was in the wilderness because no respectable synagogue would have Him. Yet, living in camel’s hair was exactly what He needed to do to become a voice in the wilderness.
In all journeys with God there is a time of solitude. Elijah had it, John the Baptist had it, Jesus had it, and Paul the apostle had it. Being by yourself with God is often necessary preparation for the task that He has chosen for you to do. Do not fight the draw to walk with God in the wilderness: that is many times where true men and women of God are forged.
Though these writings can point the way, you must make the journey yourself. Set your feet upon the path that the Holy Spirit illuminates. Take the first step and then, by faith, keep going.
Finally, God says,
“And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart.”