When do you come to God? Is it only when you are in trouble? Or is it when you want something earthly? Is it when you feel sad, and you want it to be taken away? Or only when someone has caused a great injustice to you? Though these are valid times to come to Him, how many times do we go to Him, when there are good times? Or how about when we were able to overcome a trying time? How about even when we wake up to another day to live? Or having a bed to sleep in, food on our tables, and a roof over our heads?
We must remember that God asks us to seek Him, with all of our hearts and minds…our very being. We are to acknowledge Him in our good times and our bad. We are to seek His Forgiveness in our flaws and our wrongdoings. While we roam this earth, in order to remain on the path to the Eternal Kingdom, we must remember that God is the Constant Force that helps us to keep our walks straight to His Eternal Kingdom. We must remember that the end does not justify the means, through His Son, Jesus Christ, He showed us that the path that we take also counts. It does not mean that He does not expect us to commit mistakes or to have flaws, that is why He had to sent Jesus Christ, His Son, to reestablish that pathway back to Him. However, He expects us to admit to them, and to repent for them, so that we can unshackle that ways of Satan and his demons, from us, so that we can travel back on that path to His Eternal Kingdom.
We must remember that God says His Ways are not of the world/earth’s ways, but are beyond them. He does not confine Himself, to the definitions of His Creation of Him. His Ways are Eternal. We are to seek them. His Divine Laws of Love consist of ways that are Nonviolence, Mercy, and Unconditional Love. Through the Guidance of the Holy Spirit, we guides those that seek Him and His Kingdom’s Ways, in a uniform manner that conforms to His Divine Laws of Love.
The human heart can be utterly deceptive, because it can be manipulated by the ways of the human condition, the sinful nature of human nature, that was created by Satan, upon his temptation to Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden. Jesus Christ came to this earth, in order to counter the rebellion in Mankind, that Satan created at that time, in order to separate Humanity from God’s Eternal Kingdom….Jesus Christ died on the Cross, in order to reestablish that pathway, once again. It is up to us to choose, whether we want to seek or not. And even then, it is not enough to just seek, but to seek to the point that it consumes us….to the point that we violate any of God’s Divine Laws of Love that it will prick the inner peace within our own souls.
Do you only come to God, when you need something? Or do you show your interest in Him, even in the happy moments in your life? How much has God become a part of your daily life? Does it come to the point that to involve him and seeking the ways of His Eternal Kingdom have become just as routine as brushing your teeth and eating food to fuel yourself? Has He become the fuel for your soul? Has He become the “food for your soul“?
We must not only seek Him for the earthly riches and things that we want to attain and achieve, because we will only make room for Satan and his demons to take a foot hold in your life, to fractionate the truth that God puts within each soul that he created. We must seek for HIS WILL of our life, since He created that soul, since the time you were placed in your mother’s womb. God sees those who sincerely seek Him; He knows what we need from day to day to live.When we seek Him…He will provide according to His Will of our lives. When we seek His Kingdom in all aspects of our lives, we will have confidence of His Presence of our lives.