God is seeking you!
July 20, 2010
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.
-- Psalm 19:1
God made you and me to know him. This is one of the most extraordinary things about the Scriptures. God is constantly and eternally revealing himself to us. He hungers for us to know him, love him, follow him, and serve him all the days of our lives.
The Scripture says no man seeks after God, but that God seeks us out and reveals himself to us. For instance, every human being on earth can look up into a starry night sky and see the testimony of his glory. This is a wonderful thing, but by itself this revelation is incomplete. So God has given us another revelation… the revelation of conscience.
God has placed within us a sense of accountability and a need to know right from wrong. We have an innate desire to know something bigger and better beyond ourselves and beyond this world.
Maybe your conscience is asking, "What will happen to me after this life? Am I made for something more?"
When you ask these kind of questions this is your conscience… your innermost "you" yearning and aching to know the God of creation and the one who made you in your mother's womb.
You are made for more! You're made to know the God who made the heavens and the earth!
GOD IS CONSTANTLY AND ETERNALLY REVEALING HIMSELF TO US.
OUR THANKS TO YOU!
Do the words rested... peaceful... and refreshed describe you today? Or do the words stressed... rushed... and pressured better describe your way of life?
If you're like most Christians, you'd probably have to admit those last three words more accurately describe your life most of the time!
The good news is that it doesn't have to be this way... even when your life is one big pressure-cooker. And in my new book, Pause: Resting in God Instead of Stressing Out, I'll show you why.
Based on the principles from Paul's letter to the Philippians and Psalm 23, Pause: Resting in God Instead of Stressing Out will help you find true peace and rest in a world that is anything but peaceful and restful. It's the perfect "pause" button you need!
So please request your copy of Pause: Resting in God Instead of Stressing Out when you give online today! --Jack Graham