God is Guaranteed

Jeremiah 29:13–And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart.

When we are looking for a job, we dedicate most of our time to it. Researching potential companies and polishing our resume. When we are looking for a mate, we spend time getting to know someone and finding out if their beliefs match up with ours. Prepping before a date and making sure we are at our best around them. When we are preparing to make a big purchase, we research all the options and spend countless hours comparing prices and getting the best deal. We dedicate so much time and energy to things like this, making sure we are seeking out and finding what best suits our needs. We put all our efforts into it.

How many times can I say that I’ve done that with God? Maybe when I am in search of a new church or during a crisis or with the death of a loved one. But, can I say that I spend time each day searching for God with all my heart? Do I look for Him as hard as I look for a good deal at the grocery store or for a new pediatrician? I should. In fact, I should put more effort into finding God in every moment than I do anything else.

There are no guarantees in life. I might find a good deal on a car. I might find a job that is perfect. I might find … whatever. But, when I do search for God with all my heart, the above verse tells me I will find Him. Not might. With God, there are guarantees that I can count on. He never fails. Never lies. Is never wrong. Is always there for me. Loves me. Cares for me. When the mights in life feel too overwhelming, I am glad I can count on the wills with Him. Aren’t you?

 

(Photo taken by me. Mushroom on a tree. I don’t know why, but I love mushrooms. My mom does too. Must be a genetic thing.)

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