Gary Chapman - 9
- Monday, November 08, 1999
The Ninth Tuesday
We Talk About Seeking God
MS: OK Gary, our last one. Seeking God. How do you do it?
GC: Oh, wow... You know, it's huge irony for me. I grew up a preacher's kid, stacks of bibles surrounding me at every turn. I was taught early on to seek God, and still feel compelled to do so, but honestly I feel more sought after. I know both things are going on. But looking back over my life, I clearly believe that He has sought me more than I have sought Him. That is the Ultimate Comfort. That doesn't give me an excuse to run. But it gives me hope that when I drift, I'll be found.
MS: The radical pursuit of Godby God. Anything else you'd like to say?
GC: Oh yeah. I got a lot...
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